On the wikipedia site I found an article about John Paul Hammerschmidt, quoting his degree from Canbourne University, which linked to blank page. The temptation was too much and I put some information referring to Canbourne as a degree mill. I looked back a few days later and somebody had altered it to claim that Canbourne was an online university based in London with x thousand studens. I then amended this to point out that it was only supposedly based in London, and that there several problems with the site, including a false address. It has now been altered to state that it is an American registered institution and therefore authorised to issue US degrees and that it is easily contactable by e-mail.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canbourne_University I have again amended this- childish, I know, but this sort of verbal ping-pong has its amusement value. I have not checked wikipedia for other information on our usual suspects, but these comments do seem to be drawing them out!. So far there has been no attempt to amend the details on the comments page, which give the facts of the matter, however it does occur to me that, since they now claim to be an American Institution and they are giving false information on the site that there might be grounds for action by the US authorities.