is a direct copy of Why does $($) crash my page?. So far, other than in the retained links from the sister sites, I do not see any citations or links to SO or the original question. In other words, they do not follow the the content attribution rules.
Also, they're changing names for obfuscation. The questions/answers remain the same, however.
A trick they're using: the date on their site is two months older than SO's. They're making it look like SO copied them.
Here is their Google ranking when searching for the question I noted above:
Upon further investigation,
http://www.advancesharp.com/ appears to copy most if not all of its content from SO. Also, it appears to belong to this SO user. Here is his question about scraping content from Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/q/3448821/561731
To further fuel my rage on all of this: here is a random collection of links (there might be more; I just clicked on a few recent ones) that show the user plugging his ripped site. (The answers at least seem to be unique in these cases, but that is only when searching them against SO and not other sites.)
Need date format in SQL Server
Date format pattern
Update without first selecting data in LINQ 2 SQL?
Update using LINQ to SQL
It really grinds my gears that he is making money for other people's hard work, so I've been researching his other questions.
http://advancesharp.com/Questions/16352/how-can-i-group-by-a-datetime-field-only-using-the-date-w is a direct copy of http://forums.asp.net/t/1802521.aspx/1?How+can+i+group+by+a+datetime+field+only+using+the+date+without+the+time+.
I will be contacting asp.net with this information next.