You know, it is a great idea to set up something that sounds like an encyclopedia that anyone can edit. It just has to turn out to be the best source of truth going. And Canadians are sooooo trustworthy. Dudly Do-right picked up a Canadian Federal government wage, right? Just like the people doing this:
A website that tracks the origins of millions of edits to Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia, shows that computers inside federal government offices are responsible for more than 11,000 changes to articles, including some significant edits of entries about parliamentarians. WikiScanner, a website launched on Monday by a U.S. graduate student, shows that changes to articles originated from computers inside a variety of government offices, such as the House of Commons, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Environment Canada and the Auditor-General of Canada. The site, however, does not reveal the identity of the individual who made the edits.Thankfully, it is not just Canadians who are shuffling the cards mid-game. The same report shows that the CIA is involved and it even "purportedly shows that the Vatican has edited entries about Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams."