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WP:Wikipedia is failing Then again, perhaps not? Jimmy has also argued that his authority rests on an appeal to tradition:
WP:Wikipedia is failing First of all, it should be clarified that the burden of proof rests on those making positive assertions, which includes "Wikipedia is succeeding." In a 2005 study, Emigh and Herring note that there are not yet many formal studies of Wikipedia or its model, and suggest that Wikipedia achieves its results by social means—self-norming, a core of active users watching for problems, and expectations of encyclopedic text drawn from the wider culture. Such assumptions regarding "self-norming" appear to bear similarities with pseudoscientific Marxist and Anarchist assumptions about human behavior under Socialism and Anarchism. While Wikipedia model has not been evaluated, a broad array of research in Psychology, Sociology, and Economics would likely undermine it. Specifically in Psychology, cognitive biases (which are made worse, not better through group participation, see groupthink), in Sociology group dynamics, and in Economics, there are things to consider such as information asymmetry and bounded rationality.
Fair use The fourth factor measures the effect that the allegedly infringing use has had on the copyright owner's ability to exploit his or her original work. The court not only investigates whether the defendant's specific use of the work has significantly harmed the copyright owner's market, but also whether such uses in general, if widespread, would harm the potential market of the original. The burden of proof here rests on the defendant for commercial uses, but on the copyright owner for noncommercial uses. See "Sony Corp. v. Universal City Studios", where the copyright owner, Universal, failed to provide any empirical evidence that the use of Betamax had either reduced their viewership or negatively impacted their business. In the aforementioned "Nation" case regarding President Ford's memoirs, the Supreme Court labeled this factor "the single most important element of fair use" and it has indeed enjoyed some level of primacy in fair use analyses ever since. Yet the Supreme Court's more recent announcement in "Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, Inc." that "all [four factors] are to be explored, and the results weighed together, in light of the purposes of copyright" has helped modulate this emphasis in interpretation.