Wikipedia is the number one research tool in the world, with over 18-billion views a month.
But what if everything thought you knew about Wikipedia was wrong? Is the platform made for the viewer? Wikipedia cofounder Larry Sanger believes that Wikipedia pushes an agenda with its articles rather than serving the truth to the masses.
"When we are getting the news, or when we are learning, or when we are trying to get some basic information, we being free individuals want to make up our own minds. If we don't, then there is something wrong with us. In fact, in situations where this happens, it is called propaganda when it is systematic," Larry said during an interview with LockdownTV from UnHerd.Larry continued, "And that is what we are dealing with on Wikipedia ... If only one version of the facts is allowed, then that gives a huge incentive to wealthy and powerful people to seize control of things like Wikipedia in order to sure up their power."