I noticed this tag wiki had a proposed edit in the review queue yesterday. Knowing the submitting user and knowing their ability with English was far below the text I was looking at, I stuck it in Google and (as in previous experience with this user) found that it was a cut-and-paste from another source. Specifically, the excerpt was from Wikipedia and the main wiki was from the developer's site.
I rejected both with the custom reason that they're copyright/license violations. Sometwo else clearly approved the edits, not having done the same investigation I did.
I would normally flag something like this in an answer for deletion or edit it myself, but I can't reasonably do either for this: there is no flag feature on tag wikis, I don't know the game well enough to remove the offending copied text and replace it with my own words, and the tag excerpt (quite rightly) doesn't have room for properly attributing the text taken from Wikipedia.
So, a meta report for y'all. Three related questions: Is bringing this to meta is the right way to handle tag wiki issues that would otherwise just be a mod-attention flag? And more substantially, What is to be done about this specific case?
Lastly, but not as urgently, I'm concerned about users who behave like this in general. This one has been thoroughly warned, and continuing such abuses after repeated warnings is a bit of a minor problem that we don't seem to have any process to deal with. So question three, Should we have a policy for dealing with repeated copyright abuses? We don't have to police our text for copyright violation (since it's up to the copyright holders to send us DMCA takedown notices), but I loathe the idea that lots of copyright violations are creeping into the site without being noticed. That may just be me, though, so I'd like to get the wider community's consensus on whether that's a problem we need to bother about.