It's not an epidemic yet, but we've had two questions in two days about copyright that suggest the asker hasn't read anything about the subject. I mean, if they typed the word into any browser bar and clicked on any result in the first 100 links they would either find their answer or be able to ask a more substantial question.
Many answerers have essentially (and graciously) done a "Let-me-google-that-for-you," and provided a synopsis of the first link. That might be the most beneficial thing for this site/community.
Or maybe answerers' time is more valuable, in which case: Should we add a Close Reason along the lines of, "UTFSE?"
I think it would be beneficial to set a requisite similar to stack exchange or ask different, where it is incumbent upon the asker to do some modicum of due diligence relating to their Q - like researching the issue at least a bit, before asking the Q.
A network-wide close reason along these lines was considered, tested, and ultimately rejected, but it is still implemented on some sites, and we are free to do it here.