The scenario: a new question on a common subject is posted, one that you believe to be a duplicate. You open a new tab to search and discover that there are -dozens- of clear duplicates of the same question.
I could, theoretically, go through potentially several hundreds of direct, clear duplicates and flag them all, but I would feel like a "vigilante" or something, not to mention using several hours of time. Is there some better way to flag a large number of questions -- a batch "potential duplicate" process?
Barring flags, is there a need for some better way to highlight and handle large-volume cases such as the one I've linked to? Something like a committee that one could post a single search link to that would, as a group, deal with these cases?
Edit Just to be clear, the problem I am raising is that now I know about a whole nest of duplicate questions. But unless I have the time and motivation to work through them all, then they sit there cluttering up the place unless someone else with the time and motivation makes their own independent discovery. I'd like some way to either quickly handle it when I see it, or to make a note of it for someone who does have the time.
Edit 2 Also, Give an incentive for finding duplicate questions