I have come across a case where a comment section of a now deleted Aviation Stack Exchange answer is being published on a website not part of the Stack Exhchange community pool:
The site displays a following statements on it's About us page
Ushby is a non-profit organization focused internationally, with two primary goals, practicing Educational Journalism and providing career solutions to individuals around the world.
The organization lives economically off of donations such as Paypal, and materially off of the investment of our effort. When donations are received, they are used to pay the salaries of the staff. If unintended profit was found, it gets handled as corporate income, gets reported and paid with taxes.
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Now: I'm not exactly an expert on the terms of service of Stack Exchange, but I find this situation at least a bit concerning.
The source of the discussion is not clearly mentioned, it is somewhat misleadingly published under "interviews, talks" tag on the USHBY website.
I suspect the users mentioned in the "interview/talk", Bianfable and DeltaLima are not aware the discussion is published outside ASE.
The publisher thus uses expertise provided by ASE members to it's own benefit, if not for straight up revenue generation, then for boosting it's image at least, to establish itself as a educational journalist.
I feel publishing this kind of material (if allowed by Stack Exchange terms of service), should be done with full transparency, providing a link to the source, and preferrably notifying the participants of the discussion by mentioning the citing and providing a link to it in the discussion
So: to those more versed in "terms and conditions", does this somewhat shady meet the standards of Stack Exchange?