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    The neutral point of view (NPOV) is a foundational principle of Wikipedia writing service that ensures that articles are written without bias or prejudice. This means that articles should present information objectively, without taking sides or promoting a particular point of view. The NPOV policy requires that articles should reflect a balanced representation of viewpoints on a subject and should not advocate one particular view over another. This is achieved by providing references from reliable sources that present different viewpoints on a topic. The NPOV policy applies to all content on Wikipedia, including article text, images, and captions. By adhering to the NPOV policy, Wikipedia articles can provide accurate and balanced information to readers, allowing them to make their own informed decisions about a subject. This approach is crucial for building a trustworthy and reliable online encyclopedia that can be used by people around the world.

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