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post Sun 28th January 2007, 9:07am
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Wikipedia raises stir over for-pay articles
Victoria Times Colonist, Canada - 11 minutes ago
BOSTON (AP) -- When a blogger revealed this week that Microsoft Corp. wanted to pay him to fix purported inaccuracies in technical articles on Wikipedia, ...
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post Sun 28th January 2007, 8:49am
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BOSTON -- When a blogger revealed this week that Microsoft Corp. wanted to pay him to fix purported inaccuracies in technical articles on Wikipedia, the software company endured online slams and a rebuke from the Web encyclopedia's founder for behaving unethically.

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Wikipedia raises stir over for-pay articles
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post Mon 29th January 2007, 1:03am
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What's wrong with accepting money to write on Wikipedia?

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post Sun 28th January 2007, 8:32am
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Cash offer spurs question on writing for Wikipedia
Ventura County Star (subscription), CA - 18 hours ago
By Brian Bergstein, AP technology writer. BOSTON — When a blogger revealed this week that Microsoft Corp. wanted to pay him to fix purported inaccuracies in ...
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post Mon 29th January 2007, 4:36am
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MICROSOFT is in the doghouse with Wikipedia doghouse as a result of offering to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced encyclopedia website.

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Cash offer spurs question on writing for Wikipedia
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Cash offer spurs question on writing for Wikipedia
Ventura County Star (subscription), CA - Jan 28, 2007
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post Mon 29th January 2007, 1:08pm
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MICROSOFT is in the doghouse with Wikipedia doghouse as a result of offering to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced encyclopedia website.

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post Mon 29th January 2007, 7:22pm
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Brief: Microsoft Tries To Influence Wikipedia Entry
InformationWeek, NY - 54 minutes ago
By Paul McDougall. When Wikipedia didn't make changes to what Microsoft claims is erroneous information about a key software standard, the software company ...
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post Mon 29th January 2007, 2:04pm
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Wikipedia fumes as Microsoft pays blogger to fix 'inaccuracies'
Australian IT, Australia - 7 hours ago
MICROSOFT is in the doghouse with Wikipedia doghouse as a result of offering to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced ...
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Microsoft said to have offered payment for Wikipedia edits
Computerworld New Zealand, New Zealand - 23 minutes ago
By Nancy Gohring Auckland | Friday, 2 February, 2007. A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries ...
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MICROSOFT is in the doghouse with Wikipedia doghouse as a result of offering to pay a blogger to change technical articles on the community-produced encyclopedia website.

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post Fri 2nd February 2007, 5:19am
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Microsoft Pays Someone To Correct Wikipedia Entries - So What?
Desicritics.org, India - 1 hour ago
So they paid someone to take a look at the entries and see if they're correct. That person was given complete freedom to make whatever choices he felt right ...
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Microsoft said to have offered payment for Wikipedia edits
Computerworld New Zealand, New Zealand - 20 hours ago
By Nancy Gohring Auckland | Friday, 2 February, 2007. A software engineer in Australia has said he was offered payment by Microsoft to edit certain entries ...
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post Tue 6th February 2007, 7:34pm
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The Redmond giant offered to to pay a blogger to comment on the ODF/OOXML discussion.

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