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This is strongly related to this question but I thought the following detail warranted a separate post:

After undeleting an answer to a deleted question (like here), I notice that the answer does not show up in my profile but the comments are visible in the Activity tab on my profile.

Now this is only temporary, as my activities will clean up but in the mean time there remains a path to the question on the site. I seem to remember that was undesired.

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There "remains a path", but only users with sufficient reputation to see deleted questions can follow it. Other users get a 404. That doesn't seem entirely wrong, as the only thing in your profile is what you wrote and the title.

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