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Should those who have passed the bar be uniquely designated on this site?

Since stack exchange does not promote the dissemination of formal legal advice on its platform, it shouldn't matter if someone has passed the bar, you're just asking for people to break the rules if ...
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Does the ToS allow any third-party to run Turing-tests or otherwise unleash GAI-in-training onto our Stackexchange site?

Recently this was discussed on Meta SE: Ban ChatGPT network-wide. So far, this has been treated as a policy issue and not a legal issue and the conclusion is that AI content is not allowed. Please ...
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Should those who have passed the bar be uniquely designated on this site?

There is also the matter of where a poster might be qualified to practice. If we simply have a "passed the bar" designation, how would one tell whether the answers that someone with that designation ...
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