New York Times reporter Noam Cohen uncovers that American judges are using Wikipedia in their judicial rulings. The accuracy of Wikipedia, an online dictionary that can be edited and written by anyone, is a hotly debated issue. Cohen traces how the judicial community is now grappling with when, and if, it is appropriate to quote the popular web site in a ruling.
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