Similarly, infosec publication Kitploit takes information from popular GitHub repositories and reposts it on its own site, using the intro explanation, or README file, for each one.
Sites like Phantombuster appear to violate those rules, though they remain live, while sites like Kitploit — though perhaps a nuisance to developers — appear to fit the archivist rule, so are not directly violating GitHub's policies despite profiting from ad revenue on reposted content.
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