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Is the display name meant to be escaped HTML in the 2.0 version of the API?

The display_name field of a user is HTML escaped. See here for example. Is this expected behavior or a bug? The documentation doesn't mention it.
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stackauth.com/1.0/users/{id}/associated not returning display_name for some sites

The problem with email_hash seems to be fixed, but now display_name is not getting returned in some cases. For example: This Super User /users/{id} query returns a display_name, but the corresponding ...