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None of these 4 tags (x 45), (x 82), (x 341), (x 1041) alone can give a hint about a programming question on Stack Overflow and these tags can’t work as the only tag on a question. I think with that definition these 4 become a meta-tag for Stack Overflow and can be burninated.

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+1 there's more specific tags which better apply to a lot of these questions like telephony, telecommunications, voip – darvids0n Oct 31 '12 at 6:10