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Old August 31st, 2002, 20:20
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Bias is reduced dramatically by the ability of online participants from all over the world to provide feedback to each article. There may be significant differences of opinion among international participants. Using this format, they are able to freely post their comments. Furthermore, participants have numerous options for anonymous feedback by ranking the quality of each article, and also by answering the questions associated with each article.

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