Do Microsoft are on there.... See some very dubious edits on Wikipedia that stinks of classic astroturfing
Eleven global-scale flackhauses have twigged to the idea that polishing their clients' turds on Wikipedia is a high-risk strategy, and have solemnly pledged not to do so. Last year, Wikipedia bit the bullet and began investigating cases of sockpuppeting – or, as Wikimedia Foundation executive director Sue Gardner put it, “paid …
There's some old examples of it around, this one being hilariously biased:
"The Nokia N91 has been praised with an impeccable reputation of the best sounding mobile phone ever produced (the majority of stand alone portable music players can hardly compete with it either). The audio reproduction is spot on and is comparable to high end music systems."
Is dubious at best. However, it's pretty fair at offering links...however, the links need to be examined before usage. That's experience, using WoT and also cleansing my GD computer over it. (You wouldn't believe how much holy water costs these days!--makes good sparks though.)