Information integrity refers to the value of the information
content over time - usually relating to the work of the author or creator.
The fact that content can be continually updated, expanded or superseded
on the Internet can be both a strength and a weakness. Time sensitive
resources (eg timetables) can benefit from frequent updates whereas static
resources (eg novels) benefit from remaining unaltered. Different services
are likely to have different criteria in this regard.
A share price service that purports to provide up-to-date prices that in
fact is only updated weekly.
is the information durable in nature?
is there adequate maintenance of the information