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Differences in study results by Fogg (2003, 7.3) show that users perceptions of web credibility has changed over time. Some issues which may continue to effect online credibility in the future as the world is becoming more digital are listed below. 236 more words
For university study purposes use of wikipedia for research purposes is discouraged (or in fact banned) and described an unusable or non-credible source of information. On the Wikipedia About page (2016) it is stated ‘Anyone with Internet access can write and make changes to Wikipedia articles, except in limited cases where editing is restricted to prevent disruption or vandalism. 186 more words
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