Today I noticed that a recent question here on ELL appears elsewhere on the web, namely at languageusage.com (http://www.languageusage.com/q/answers-why-is-this-sentence-correct-137503.html) (the other question on that page appears on ELU). My first thought was that the same question had been asked in two places, but a little poking around reveals that the question and its answer have been automatically copied.
The footer of the site claims that all content hosted there is licenced under cc-wiki, but that document clearly specifies that attribution is required:
If supplied, you must provide the name of the creator and attribution parties, a copyright notice, a license notice, a disclaimer notice, and a link to the material.
Do we have any recourse against these practices? I participate here because of the unique strengths of the StackExchange community and it displeases me that an entity I don't support could profit from my work without so much as a reference back to the original source, my user profile, or information about the StackExchange network.
Update: Per Wendi’s suggestion below, I’ve reported the two mentioned above, as well as this question appearing elsewhere on the web, which I noticed today. Please feel free to edit this post upon reporting any other SCRAPERs (great acronym, by the way).