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Have a look at this question. This question is closed as duplicate and the notice is displayed as:

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What database does StackOverflow use? [duplicate] 2 answers
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But actually, that question is not a duplicate of the question What database does StackOverflow use?. It was marked as a duplicate by Diago mistakenly. So now it is linking us to a wrong duplicate question. In the previous method (possible duplicate) we were able to edit duplicate link and remove wrong duplicate link but now we are not able to edit duplicate link. So what can we do in this situation?

I don't know whether moderators are able to remove it or not. If they are able to remove it then flagging the question will solve the problem.

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The proposed solution was that privileged users will be able to disagree with a proposed duplicate.

Doing so will solve this (and a whole bunch of other problems as well).

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Great. But the issue remains until that feature is implemented. – hims056 Feb 9 '13 at 4:36
@hims056: Indeed. But I'm having a good feeling about this one :) – Madara Uchiha Feb 9 '13 at 10:16

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