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That's not the point, of course no one would pay $100 for a string pad function. The point is they own the source of code that thousands of people will potentially pull from without realizing it's a different owner who might have different intentions. Not trying to say what they did is wrong or bad (it saved a lot of people's butts I'm sure)--it's more just highlighting the massive issue with NPM package publish & unpublish.



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