Wikipedia 2197:General disclaimer

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Wikipedia does not guarantee uploaded content

Wikipedia is a website that offers a collaborative encyclopedia whose content is under a "free license". Wikipedia is powered by a voluntary association of individuals and working groups who want to jointly develop a comprehensive resource of human knowledge. The very structure of this project allows anyone with an Internet connection to modify its content. So be aware that not everything here has been reviewed by people with the expertise to provide you with complete, accurate and reliable information.

This also doesn't mean that you won't find accurate and valuable information in Wikipedia. Most of the time you will find some. However, Wikipedia does not guarantee the validity, accuracy, completeness, or relevance of any material contained on its site. The content of each article may have been recently edited, vandalized, or altered by someone whose the opinion does not correspond with the state of knowledge in the fields concerned, or with the necessary neutrality.

No formal peer review[edit | edit source]

The community associated with Wikipedia continually seeks to select and highlight reliable versions of articles. To do this, it uses tools such as the recent changes and new pages monitoring page to monitor the evolution of current content and its modifications. However, Wikipedia is not consistently reviewed by peer reviewers. Any reader can correct errors or engage in a formal proofreading, but such readers have no legal obligation to do so, and therefore all information read here is without any guarantee of reliability for any purpose or use. Even articles that have been vetted by an informal peer-review or validated through a process leading to a quality article, may then have been inappropriately edited, just before you did. It is therefore advisable to always keep a critical reading of the articles.

Terms of use[edit | edit source]

No contract[edit | edit source]

The content offered here is provided freely, without any commitment on either side, and no type of agreement or contract is established between you and the owners or users of this site, the owners of the servers on which it is housed, individual Wikipedia contributors, any project administrators, bureaucrats, developers, systems administrators, or anyone else who is in no way related to this project or any child projects that may be subject to your direct complaints.

Limited license[edit | edit source]

You have a limited license to copy all or part of the content of this site; this does not create or imply any contractual or extra-contractual liability on the part of Wikipedia or any of its agents, members, organizers, participants, or other users.

There is no agreement or understanding between you and Wikipedia on the use or modification of this information beyond the Creative Commons license. See the summary online. Likewise, if someone were to change, edit, modify or delete any information that you may deposit on Wikipedia or on any of its associated projects, no one is responsible on Wikipedia except the person who has make the changes.

Trademarks[edit | edit source]

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Legality of content and international law[edit | edit source]

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