I was going through the list of "unanswered questions" looking for any that were worth answering. https://bicycles.stackexchange.com/questions/23627/sprinter-universal-bike caught my eye because there were some keywords that looked like good search-engine terms.
The top google match is SE Bicycles, but the second is: http://www.helptouser.com/bicycles/23627-sprinter-universal-bike.html
Its word for word the same question, and they've appeared to have mined Stackexchange around 2015 July 10, whereas the original question was asked a year earlier on 2014 July 15.
This helptouser.com site has pinched all the stackexchange categories, and their footer claims copyright over the content. No attribution to Stack Exchange or the SE users has been given - its blatant plagiarism.
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Question: what can be done about it?
Given this is not just a SE Bicycles thing, should I raise the same question on https://meta.stackexchange.com/ ?
EDIT: I reported this at https://meta.stackexchange.com/contact but I don't know what can be done about it.
There is a google report form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/14CP_1An9rWKjJ8ZXqxg1gwVt44qTDxHPnXEa_ZGbHBc/viewform?formkey=dGM4TXhIOFd3c1hZR2NHUDN1NmllU0E6MQ&ndplr=1 but this is for when the scraper's page ranking puts their link above stackexchange link in the google results page.