Although I link to Wikipedia pretty frequently, it's important to take everything you read there with a grain of salt.

Brian Chase, 38, ended up resigning from his job at a Nashville delivery company and apologizing to John Seigenthaler Sr.

Chase said he didn't know the free Internet encyclopedia called Wikipedia was used as a serious reference tool.

The biography he posted--since replaced--falsely stated Seigenthaler was linked to the Kennedy assassinations.

But... is it really much less accurate than printed encyclopedias? I've got no idea.

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