I use content from wikipedia as well. Not directly though, i rewrite every sentence i copy and then incorporate in on my blog. And wikipedia articles happen to be free, so copying them shouldn't get into any legal troubles,
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There are tons of factual errors in Wikipedia articles! I never rely on anything in Wikipedia, unless I confirm it with other, more reliable sources.
Here's why - back when I was in TV news, there was an anchor that no one liked, so a couple of the employees made up a Wikipedia page about him. The content was hilarious - albeit, mostly untrue and downright ridiculous! To my knowledge, it's still up. So much for fact-checking!
Although there are factual errors, I do tend to rewrite everything that I might use from Wikipedia, and I like to actually check the content (and what I say) before I post it.
Most of the more popular topics, though, are pretty correct.
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