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Changing the markup without changing what the resulting post looks like, seems pointless to me.


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Stack Exchange provides several ways to include links in a post. If an author chooses to use one of them, then that's the author's option, and intent. Coming in and rewriting their post and reversing their choice for no discernible reason beyond "I would have done this differently" is heavy-handed, and the action does not benefit the site. The editor was ...


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Whether or not recommending Sci-Hub links is already dealt with in another question. As for mentioning that the site is dangerous and will steal your data, that is based on a misunderstanding about how the site obtains the credentials it uses to bypass paywalls. It does not attack its visitors, nor does it download anything malicious onto your computer. What ...


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This will be little more than what's already described in our About and Help Center, but ... No. If it's not relevant to answering the question itself, then it can be construed as spam, so I would suggest avoiding that. Unlike academia, we're not so much into authored works and privileged groups (comes with too many "human condition" headaches) as we're ...


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