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> Wikipedia did not ban the Daily Mail - Fudzilla
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Wikipedia did not ban the Daily Mail
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Earlier this year, The Guardian eported that editors at Wikipedia had "voted to ban the Daily Mail as a source for the website," calling the publication "generally unreliable." Two months later, not only previous Daily Mail citations on Wikipedia pages ...



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