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We've got a tag, . It is applied to a heterogenous set of topics: closed source, closed network connections, etc. Do we want to get rid of it?

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I see no redeeming value in this tag. Also at 15 questions it's not hard to dispose of. – Kevin Reid Sep 23 '12 at 14:16

I've killed off the tag, but there is a much bigger problem...

The tag also exists, and it's running a good 800 questions strong, and follows the same pattern of ambiguity.

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