It’s been referred to as ''the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit," and Wikipedia and its collaborative editing capabilities have made headlines recently. Amidst reports that a former staffer edited Sen. Dianne Feinstein's entry, along with the deletion of potentially unflattering material from the biographies of other legislators, a wiki-related debate has been sparked: With the power of free Internet content and an open source information site, how can sabotage, spin and inaccuracies be prevented? Or can they? No doubt, an issue we’ll be watching, as Wikipedia has become, for millions, an authoritative information source. Read more here and here.