This is not legitimate under the terms of the cc by-sa 3.0 with attribution required license used by StackExchange. In fact it is a bait-and-switch style operation. Although one cannot tell it from the summary results returned by a Google search, per the OP's suggestion, the referenced web-site does not actually deliver the content that Google had spidered. ...


This meta.SO thread is for reporting such sites. I went through the current answers and the one you found doesn't seem to be there, so report away! See also this meta.SO thread.


Now reported (the relevant MSO thread is CW anyway, so I'm not stealing anyone's MSO-rep lunch).

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