61. See Ayers, supra note 16, at 288 (“Wikipedia articles are created in a hostile environment.”); Garfinkel, supra note 11 (“There was no way for Wikipedia, as a community, to know whether the person revising the article about Jaron Lanier was really Jaron Lanier or a vandal. So it’s safer not to take people at their word…”); see also Wikipedia: No Vested Contributors, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:No_vested_contributors (last visited July 25, 2009) (“[S]ome long-term contributors may begin to feel a sense of entitlement and superiority over less prolific editors…”). As a partial recognition of these tendencies, the Wikipedia community has an announced philosophy to “assume good faith” on the part of other contributors. Wikipedia: Assume Good Faith, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Assume_good_faith (last visited August 14, 2009). Obviously, this philosophy is not universally followed. See Ayers, supra note 16, at 332 (“Assume Good Faith is a good place to begin, but practicing it can be difficult.”). Some reversions reflect contributors’ resistance to having their own contributions revised. See id. at 195–98.