Googling a phrase from Which font is the most comfortable for on-screen viewing? brings up three other sites featuring the same question:

  1. www.faqoverflow.com/tex/20149.html
  2. www.zqna.net/qna/ihnmrw-which-font-is-the-most-comfortable-for-on-screen-viewing.html
  3. www.techques.com/question/31-20149/Which-font-is-the-most-comfortable-for-on-screen-viewing

Hyperlinks removed by doncherry so that bots don’t think these links are worth following, cf. meta.so.

I knew that all SE user content is "licensed" under something called "cc-wiki license", which, as the SE blog explains, requires that the re-user

  1. Shows that content is from SE and hyperlinks to the original question,
  2. Shows the question/answer/comment posters' names and hyperlinks to their SE profiles.

FAQ Overflow fulfills these requirements, while the other two don't. So what can/should we do?

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They can be reported on Meta Stack Overflow - ZQNA was already added by @doncherry:

Report sites that use SE content without following attribution rules here

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