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Do SE users have the right to have their SE posts removed from Codidact? If so, how?
I don't know what the etiquette is here for bringing up Stack Exchange, and I don't want anyone thinking I'm trying to start any cross-site drama. In fact, I'm hoping to snuff any such drama out before it begins, by resolving the issues detailed below in a diplomatic fashion. I'm posting this on the overall Meta instead of the Writing Meta because, while the dispute is specific to Writing, it could apply to other sites on the network.
There is currently a user on Writing.SE who is objecting - quite vocally - to the fact that their questions and answers have been imported to Writing Codidact under an account bearing their name. I won't repeat their exact statements on the matter, but their belief is that hosting posts that they never wrote, under an account in their name that they never created, could mislead people into thinking the site is more active than it is.
My understanding is that the Creative Commons license gives Codidact the right to repost content from Stack Exchange as long as it credits the originals - which it does - and therefore, this site has done nothing wrong. Nonetheless, I can also understand why someone would object to having content posted under their name in a context that they disagree with.
Setting aside the reasons for this user's disagreement, or whether their objections are valid: do they have any recourse here? Is there a way they (or other SE users) can have their imported posts and profile(s) removed from Codidact, and if so, how?