Some people feel that Wikipedia isn’t trustworthy because it’s a platform on which you can go in and change information.
That’s true, but only to a degree.
The reality is that if you change information on Wikipedia and you don’t have any kind of history or you’re new to the game, understand that majority of these pages have gatekeepers.
These are people who are dedicated to the page and the content that’s on the page so if you make any changes they’ll be alerted of it and revert back the changes and flag you if you didn’t follow any one of the guidelines.
The real issue with Wikipedia is that it’s a reference index.
WikiLeaks has been around for some time thanks to Julian Assange. In fact, the treasure trove of info we have access to gave us an early look into the workings of IS Group (aka ISIS or ISIL). What other insights could the classified documents have on current news events?