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Found this thread

... --> here, with an ad in front.

Just wondering...

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Thx for editing. Haven't checked yet how to unautolink urls. – Henrik Erlandsson Dec 14 '10 at 15:09
I just wrapped it in an inline code element by wrapping `s around it. – Rebecca Chernoff Dec 14 '10 at 15:30
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It's clearly an independent site; as you can see, the question was asked 2012 years ago. Stack Overflow didn't exist back then.

Okay, just kidding. Yes, this is a site that takes content from Stack Overflow and presents it without proper attribution. It's already in the list.

In other words, those are bad guys.

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Without bad guys, there is no need for good guys. – Toon Krijthe Dec 14 '10 at 14:33
Thanks for clearing that up balpha, just thought I'd report it. Grr, bad guys! shakes fist – Henrik Erlandsson Dec 14 '10 at 15:12

No, this site is not affiliated with SO. It is one of the many sites that scrapes content from SO and then presents it alongside their own ads hoping to make a quick buck.

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