What is a "scraper" and why is that bad?
Historically, SCRAPER here on Stack Exchange meant "Stack Content
Republishers Attributing Poorly and/or Excelling at Ranking." More
generally, a scraper is another website which copies content from our
sites either by scraping directly from our pages, accessing the
information through our API, or some other means. In principle,
there's actually nothing wrong with doing this. Our content is
licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA 4.0 and is freely
redistribituble, so long as they follow the attribution requirements
and link back to us as the source. Some sites, however, do not follow
these rules or bring up other concerns in the process.
How do I go about reporting these sites?
Please contact us directly using the on-site form. Select the
"Stack Exchange content is being reproduced without attribution"
option from the drop-down, and provide as much information as
possible. Even if you are reporting an entire site that is scraping
many questions, please provide an example of a question on their site
and the corresponding question on our site, as well as any Google
search terms you used that led you to finding this site. Any other
information you might have can be included in the free-form text box.
Source A site (or scraper) is copying content from Stack Exchange. What should I do? - Meta Stack Exchange
onooks.com has been scraping SuperUser and many other SE sites without attribution. I have reported it to SE via the contact us link