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The World Wide Web (WWW) has become one of the fastest growing electronic information sources. Recent years have seen a transformation in the type of content available on the web. Various IT reports show a rapid rise in the number of web pages in collaborative Web and social networking. The nature of the social media is user-granted content in front of one-sided traditional Web. As the availability of such content increases, the task of identifying high-quality content in sites based on user contributions social media sites becomes increasingly important. This paper attempts to state information quality (IQ) frameworks in traditional Web application and social networking. For this, last IQ framework in Blog social networks, developed by our research group, is clearly compared with different IQ frameworks in the Web. The results show different dimensions and criteria for evaluating IQ in social networks.