# Plagiarism from other sites

I was googling earlier and I found one of my physics.sx answers plagiarized word for word on another site. I do not want to send them traffic so I'm only going to post screenshots of it; the address is pretty clear from the logo, with a dot in between, but I would urge people to not give them the traffic unless they really need to go there.

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It's also clear from their sidebar,

that they have plenty of other physics.sx q&a's on display. If this is as yet undetected I suspect there's going to be sparks flying in places, but I also suspect it can come in handy if I say it: I am uncomfortable with content I generated for this site being displayed elsewhere. If this has already been detected and measures have already been taken to no effect, then... bummer, I guess, and thanks for letting me vent a bit.

• Also, a link or URL would be helpful. – dmckee --- ex-moderator kitten Aug 8 '13 at 2:51
• I understand the licensing issue and I'm OK with it. This site, however, has no visible attribution and seems to be making believe that I'm a user contributing content to them, and I'm not OK with that. (Is that something that should make me stop posting here? Surely if they re-post my content then my profile should not be more than two clicks away.) – Emilio Pisanty Aug 8 '13 at 3:01
• The site is rqgg .net, the question that drew my attention is http: //www. rqgg.net/ topic/ nzxp-two-photons-transition.html. Please don't give them more traffic than necessary. – Emilio Pisanty Aug 8 '13 at 3:02