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Answers defaced with "(Answer not available under cc by-sa 4.0)"?

Stack Exchange changed the license in September. That would be fine, when all posts previously written and granted rights to SE by users had stayed with their old license. But they did not. SE ...
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Answers defaced with "(Answer not available under cc by-sa 4.0)"?

TL;DR Let's, for once, prioritise individual contributors over the collective. Our interests, as a community, are different from the direction SE is taking. It's just the way things are going in the ...
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I do not agree to re-licensing my content

I have contacted the powers at be at SE to see how to handle this. I don't have an answer at the moment and as you most likely know, I am not a lawyer. I will elaborate on this a bit though and say ...
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I do not agree to re-licensing my content

Just to add my two cents: I follow Mister Positive in this, in the sense that we will not entertain requests for deletion of content. Any self deletions or defacing of posts will be reversed as SOP ...
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Answers defaced with "(Answer not available under cc by-sa 4.0)"?

I sympathize with the point of view regarding the Creative Commons licensing change, but legal issues are not the responsibility of the volunteer moderator team. Please take issues like this up with ...
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I do not agree to re-licensing my content

I understand your frustration. Yes, I agree switching to a new license without consent is not nice. No objection on that. However, in reality nothing has changed. The license has changed, but you ...
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Answers defaced with "(Answer not available under cc by-sa 4.0)"?

I've reviewed the edit logs Gregory's top 10 answers by votes and it clearly appears that he no longer wishes for his answers to be available under the current license regardless of internet points. ...
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Any person who rollbacks such edit is a partner in copyright infringement with Stack Exchange. Before rolling back such an edit make sure you know the support that SE is willing to give you in the ...
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Answers defaced with "(Answer not available under cc by-sa 4.0)"?

If I were to take a guess, my assumption would be along the same lines as the answer above https://workplace.meta.stackexchange.com/a/6494/113825. It's likely that Gregory wanted to delete his ...
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What exactly is different with the new license StackExchange is going to enforce?

Pyrotechnical's answer already covers why people are unhappy with the change, which is mostly unrelated to the new license itself and more to do with how SE announced the change of license on existing ...
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