Wikipedia is a collaboratively edited, multilingual, free access, free content-linked Internet encyclopedia, supported, organized and managed by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Volunteers have contributed nearly 40 million articles to Wikipedia in 301 languages worldwide, including more than 5.6 million articles in the English Wikipedia alone. Anyone can edit any article by accessing the website, which collectively fills the gap of the largest and most popular general reference on the Internet. In February 2014, The New The York Times reports that Wikipedia is the fifth largest website in the world, with “about 17 billion page views per month and about 500 million unique visitors …, followed by Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft and Google, with over 1.2 billion unique visitors.” . Jimmy Wells and Larry Sanger launched Wikipedia on January 15, 2001, later renaming it a Pindari word wiki (a kind of combined website name, “walking” in Hawaiian) and an encyclopedia. ‘Wiki Wiki’ means standing and walking on small legs. Everyone’s small contributions to the wiki web culture add to the growing collection like this site. It is currently used as the largest and most popular Internet-based reference. In 2006, Time Magazine acknowledged that online collaboration and interaction with Wikipedia (along with YouTube, Reddit, MySpace, and Facebook ) is growing rapidly, with millions of people worldwide participating. It has also gained a reputation as a news source due to its quick updates on Wikipedia articles. Due to the open nature of the Wikipedia website, various measures are taken to protect the quality of writing, vulnerability, and accuracy of information. However, some articles may contain untested or unverified or inconsistent information.