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I have an alternate account: AriDemo; used infrequently for Demonstration and Training.
Why shouldn't PR agents edit Wikipedia?
"Show me a PR person who is 'accurate' and 'truthful,' and I'll show you a PR person who is unemployed."
"The reason companies or governments hire oodles of PR people is because PR people are trained to be slickly untruthful or half-truthful. Misinformation and disinformation are the coin of the realm ..."
CBS Legal analyst Andrew Cohen, May 7, 2009
I am a volunteer member of the fleet and have started editing some related pages.
I am aware of Wikipedia's policies on Conflict of Interest and will do my best to be neutral. If you have any concerns, please leave a message on my talk page. Regards, Ariconte (talk) 02:09, 30 November 2017 (UTC)
Vice-Chancellor dismisses Wikipedia; draws swift retort
|“||I remember one moment when the vice-chancellor of a top university made a dismissive remark about Wikipedia, only to have a world-leading chemist in the audience icily retort that the pages on his particular arcane speciality were the most up-to-date summary currently available anywhere – because he wrote them.||”|
|— John Naughton (The Guardian, Sun 2 Sep 2018)|