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The Wikipedia defense is a legal strategy that attempts to harvest the power of like-minded individuals on the internet for developing legal arguments and, possibly, to defray the cost of legal research.
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- Snow, Michael. Floyd Landis adopts "the Wikipedia defense" as appeal strategy, Wikipedia Signpost, October 16, 2006