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I assume this information is tracked, since StackOverflow shows me the questions I have upvoted (when going to their question page, I can undo the upvote). I couldn't find any api call that gives this information, and I couldn't find it in the creative commons data dump.

I assume this is not shown for "security" purposes (i.e. this kind of information is not supposed to be advertised), but I figured I'd make sure that I wasn't just missing something.

Is there a way to get that information? Or is it (purposefully) not shown?


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Purposefully not shown.

The potential for abuse is way too high.

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Yep like I figured. Thanks! – Edan Maor Jun 22 '10 at 19:19

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