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As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatorypredatory, scamscam, fakefake, shadyshady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called?

As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called?

As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called?

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As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called? My best solution so far is , which has the advantage of comprising all of the above terms, but the disadvantage of not being frequently used in this context.

As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called? My best solution so far is , which has the advantage of comprising all of the above terms, but the disadvantage of not being frequently used in this context.

As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called?

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Do we need a tag to comprise questions about predatory, shady, scam and fake publishers?

As of now, searching for questions containing the following words mainly used in the context of disreputable publishers yields the following number of results:

Now, not all of these questions are actually about disreputable publishers and the search results are not disjunct, but I consider it safe to assume that there are more than 20 questions about this subject without counting them.

There is not one keyword shared amongst all questions about this subject – some examples lacking the respective keywords: predatory, scam, fake, shady. Therefore it is difficult to access all our information about this subject and one might easily miss something.

I therefore suggest that we create a tag for such questions.


Should we agree on this: What should this tag be called? My best solution so far is , which has the advantage of comprising all of the above terms, but the disadvantage of not being frequently used in this context.