Recently, I answered a question on Stack Overflow that is very specific to a certain platform. I tried Googling the same question to see who else was having this issue, and if the answer was available elsewhere. In searching, I came across this
"Trello Answers" post: http://trello.info/question/view/en/YUhSMGNEb3ZMM04wWVdOcmIzWmxjbVpzYjNjdVkyOXRMM0YxWlhOMGFXOXVjeTh6TkRNME56ZzFOUzlrWlcxaGJtUjNZWEpsTFhCcGNHVnNhVzVsTFc1dmRDMW1iM1Z1WkMxbWIzSXRZM1Z5Y21WdWRDMWtiMjFoYVc0PQ==
which appears to be a page scrape of a previous version of the question / answer from here:
I have no problem with crawlers that help expand visibility of certain issues, but on this "Trello Answers" page, there is absolutely no reference to the original that they blatantly stole from. Is there something to be done about this?
It seems as if they go as far as to clear the referrer to a link in the post
In browsing this scrapers page, it would seem as if 100% of their content has come from SE with not a single attribution. I will be contacting SE moderators to see what can be done.