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Associate Professor of Communications Studies Joseph Reagle, author of Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia, was recently interviewed for a piece in The Atlantic that examines the editing culture of the popular web-encyclopedia Wikipedia.

“If we were to enumerate the list of the things that would cause people to be skeptical of the quality of Wikipedia … I suspect paid contribution would be relatively low,” he says. “It’s not an issue where there’s none, or there’s a lot. It’s just one of those things where, probably, everyone speeds a little bit.

Read the full story at The Atlantic