How come all sites across the network are asking us to "Join Stack Overflow in Standing Up for Net Neutrality"? Shouldn't they ask us to "Join Stack Exchange in […]", or better yet, refer to the site that we're actually on?

(Tagging this as a "bug", though admittedly it's a minor one.)


A couple years ago, we changed the name we use to identify our company back to Stack Overflow. I won't reiterate all the implications of the name and how it's used here, as it's available in the blog, but this is a case where we'd rather identify as Stack Overflow so the larger audience recognizes the name.

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    I'm also going to add that within the linked blog post, this subject seems to affect Stack Overflow the most (Stack Exchange is not mentioned at all) – Anthony Pham Jul 12 '17 at 19:05
  • @AnthonyPham: Does this subject actually affect Stack Overflow the most? Or has the renaming of the company back to "Stack Overflow" led the linked blogger to forget about the rest of the network? – ruakh Jul 12 '17 at 19:51
  • The linked blogger works for SE and of course Stack Overflow so he can't possibly forget the name of the company he works in. Within the subheadings and even the first sentence, the blog post is about the affect of the decision on Stack Overflow – Anthony Pham Jul 12 '17 at 20:09
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    @AnthonyPham: If that's so, then why is the banner being added to all other sites? – ruakh Jul 13 '17 at 0:22

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