Using “crowd source” such as wikipedia.ca or blogs has a risk because it could be based on actual facts or it could just be rants. Of course, such as wikipedia.ca there is a lesser percentage that the information would be false or wrong. But other sites such as Myspace or Blogger or even WordPress itself is a site where almost anything goes. People write about their thoughts, their opinions, or anything that interests them. So basically, it’s a risk of trusting a “crowd source” with its information since blogs are for personal use so their information could be solely based on assumptions.
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