Germany will be the first country to wield tighter control of the user information posted on Wikipedia.
The German language version of the online encyclopaedia will restrict instant editing to allow "trusted editors" to look over the content before it appears online.
The changes will come into effect later this year, and could be applied to the English language version of Wikipedia if feedback from users is positive.
Allowing anyone to edit the site is supposed to allow experts in a given field to provide the correct information, but Wikipedia's accuracy and unbiased nature has been called into question.
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