I answered this question yesterday, and I later noticed another answer. The question was about strings and stringbuilders, and that answer was talking about strings in general. Basically a lengthy, well written answer - completely not answering the actual question.
I did a quick google search - turned out that the later answer was a full undisclosed copy from the top answer given here.
I downvoted and flagged the answer for moderator attention. The answer got quickly deleted - and (because of that deletion?!) my "flag" was showing up as "helpful" a few minutes later.
Now I am wondering: in case a "flag" gets quickly "accepted" as "helpful" (for example because the community agrees and the flagged content gets deleted) - will moderators still look into it?
( assuming that a moderator might take "more actions" on such a blatant acts of plagiarism - compared to a simple "community driven" deletion of bad input )