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Are Scihub or Mega/Google Docs articles allowed on CV?

Agreeing with User1865345's answer, I'd say best practice is to:— Give a full reference, including name & title. That's a fail-safe in case of link-rot, & an aid to recognition. Link to the ...
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Are Scihub or Mega/Google Docs articles allowed on CV?

Nice question. Problem is we often befuddle between what is illegal and what is unethical (see this discussion). One thing is clear though: we need proper, clear citation to any work/pre-print/...
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Recommended visualization libraries question - on topic?

One thing to be aware of, in the context of these discussions, is that we cannot migrate old questions. This question does not seem to be about statistics or data visualization in a meaningful sense. ...
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Shall we edit the Help Centre page on generative A.I.?

I agree with Scortchi - Reinstate Monica's assessment that merely acknowledging the usage of generative AI in one's post doesn't give them the right to open the floodgates of blindly dumping the ...
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Could we have a tag for question about books?

Any threshold for splitting/merging is somewhat arbitrary, but I personally think the references tag already meets our needs sufficiently. Specifics like books/textbooks/papers can be noted in the ...
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Should we opt for the banner warning the usage of AI-generated contents?

As no-one seems to have anything to say in favour of a banner, I've indicated that our site would prefer not to have one: https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/384923/225179 We can doubtless ask for one ...
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