Interesting questions, answers and ideas overflow everywhere in MathOverflow. Users can use them in their lectures, papers, teachings, etc. Of course it is the main propose of this free math encyclopedia to help its users in their research areas by providing a wide range of information freely. But ethically any use of such information should be based on a direct refer to MathOverflow and corresponding authors. Now there are some questions:
Q1. What are MathOverflow official copyright policies and protocols?
Q2. Is there any known case of serious misuse of the scientific or personal information of users in the history of MathOverflow?
Q3. What are the legal tools of MathOverflow to prevent abusing of the scientific and private information of the users?