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PR Firms Agree To Play By Wikipedia's Editing Rules

Posted at 7:34AM Wednesday 11 Jun 2014

In the wake of a dispute over paid edits of Wikipedia pages, 11 of the largest public relations firms have agreed to comply with the online encyclopedia's rules.

The move comes after Wikimedia Foundation, the organization that administers Wikipedia, threatened a public relations agency last year with legal action for what it called "suspicious edits" of the online encyclopedia's pages to promote organizations or products.

Cnet




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