Aside from deleting or ignoring spam messages, any recommendations on dealing with? Does the Stack Exchange team track this activity somehow?
I suggest not going to the domain name mentioned below. I'm not sure what the content is or if the site is safe, in terms of content or malware.
This particular email came from email@example.com, probably from scraping my profile. I've never gotten any kind of spam directed at me regarding a Stack Exchange site before, only legitimate emails about questions/answers on a couple of sites, and deleting messages like this and dealing with spam is fairly easy in Gmail.
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