Monthly Archives: August 2013

Reputation in the cyberworld

A noteworthy contribution to the literature on reputation, the special issue of Information Review of Information Ethics on Reputation the Cyberworld, gathers a number of fascinating studies on the changing nature of reputation in the context of the online revolution.


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Which are the most frequently used sources of information on Wikipedia

A groundbreaking study found that Wikipedia articles cite most frequently sources set up by web aggregators, such as allmusic.com, youtube, imdb or Google Books. Yet, newspapers and governmental sites are also important. The article also looks at the domains that


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