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I seem that the injection tag (likewise dependency) is normally used when dependency-injection or sql-injection tags should be used.

Should it be black listed for new questions to as to guide people to more useful tags?

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Note that there are several more tags containing "injection", including code-injection, constructor-injection, dll-injection and policy-injection, to mention just those which are used more than 10 times.

So all posts currently tagged injection should be carefully retagged manually to some of these existing tags before blacklisting eventually.

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that way I said "black listed for NEW" quesions. The retagging will take a long time, meanwhile the "injection" tat will keep being used for new questions. – Ian Ringrose Oct 18 '10 at 14:37
@Ian, I missed the "new", sorry. It would make sense, although I have no idea if it is technically possible on SO currently. – Péter Török Oct 18 '10 at 15:06

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