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Which predictions of the Force Awakens: Darths & Droids Bingo were correct?

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    I don't see any mention of StackExchange or any links to SFF.SE anywhere on that site (even in view code mode), except when one of the answers contains such a link in user-written text. So that seems like a very unambiguous failure to attribute, no matter how you interpret the license's attribution requirement. – Ixrec Jan 17 '16 at 22:08
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No, it most certainly is not adhering to the SE license. Nowhere on that page is there a mention of Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange, any mention of the CC-BY-SA license, a link to the original question, or a link to the profile of the asker, all of which are (at least as far as SE claims) requirements for mirroring their content.

You should report this in the usual place as described here:

A site (or scraper) is copying content from Stack Exchange. What do I do?

(summary: the "contact us" page has a special option just for this purpose.)

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