QUOTE(Web Fred @ Sat 21st April 2012, 12:15am)
QUOTE(Newsfeed @ Fri 20th April 2012, 11:32pm)
<img alt="" height="1" width="1" />Is The Race For the White House Being Fought on [b]Wikipedia? [INFOGRAPHIC][/b]Mashable
Mitt Romney's Wikipedia page alone has been edited hundreds of times since the Republican primaries began. The most-often edited topics? “Bain,” the name of the company where Romney was once CEO, “Massachusetts,” where Romney was governor, ...
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No it isn't. Wikipedia is inconsequential in the real world.
Slow news day?
I do not know about Mitt Romney. However, it is undoubtedly true that four years ago the article on Sarah Palin was thoroughly worked over by paid consultants before it was announced that she would be running for Vice-president. This is well known in the industry.