Ok, I took it upon myself to send off an email to email@example.com, the email address listed on the Contact us form related to website comments:
Attribution required for Stack Overflow content
Did you know that you are in violation of the attribution requirements rights for the content on Stack Overflow?
That's right! The posts you lifted (here: http://programmingbulls.com/tech) require you to attribute the contents of those back to Stack Overflow, where you got them.
Evidence of copying:
The requirements are listed here:
Attribution — You must attribute the work in the manner specified by the author or licensor (but not in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work).
Evidently you have failed to comply with the requirements.
Do you plan on changing the site to show the required attribution?
There is a post on meta.stackoverflow.com about your website - Website in violation of attribution policy? - you should log on and weigh in with your thoughts on the matter.
Lasse Vågsæther Karlsen
I'll edit in any replies I get but I have low hopes.
I got a reply about a minute ago:
I had tried to be compliant with SO postings. See here: Is my website compatible with Stackoverflow Content Terms and Conditions?
Let me fix these postings as well this week to avoid any violation.
Basically, if he follows through, and considering he posted in 2010 about his site and asked for help, I have no doubt he will comply with the requirements.