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There are 71 questions tagged with and 130 questions tagged . Both tags lack wiki or summary, and both of them don't look very good. The first one doesn't fit into max tag length limitation, and the other one is not very descriptive, but at least is a full word. It might be better it there was just tag. It would probably be even better though if it was possible to use tag, but that seems to be too long for the 25 symbols max in tag names.

I guess they should be merged in some way. Just bringing this to everyone's attention. Again.

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Both shouldn't exist. It should be unauthorizedaccessexception. – Cole Johnson Aug 10 '13 at 21:54
@ColeJohnson try it, I bet it won't work due to max 25 symbols in tag names. – user1306322 Aug 10 '13 at 21:55
Neither should exist at all. unauthorized is a horrible tag... – Charles Aug 11 '13 at 5:38
I vote for unauthorized-access. – Cody Gray Aug 11 '13 at 9:35
Agree with @Charles, [unauthorized] almost looks like a meta-tag. If questions are about unauthorized HTTP requests, the existing [http-status-code-401] tag would be a better fit. – Frédéric Hamidi Aug 11 '13 at 9:45