Wednesday, February 01, 2006

This item just in from NPR's Day to Day...
The online encyclopedia Wikipedia, which allows users to edit entries on a wide range of subjects, has banned Capitol Hill computers from the editing process. The reason? Hill staffers tend to write glowing entries about their bosses. Alex Chadwick talks with Andrea Seabrook about some of the worst offenders, and just how far-ranging the problem is getting.
The story on the NPR web site includes links to lists of such self-serving edits by House and Senate staffers.

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