A couple months ago, we got the question about the legality of playing online poker in the US. John Dibling wrote an informative answer that, unfortunately, is wrong on a couple of key points: https://poker.stackexchange.com/a/459/22
The points that he is wrong on are that the UIGEA outlaws all online poker transactions, which he argues effectively outlaws online poker in the US. The actual text of the UIGEA sets up steep penalties for funding transactions to online gambling if that gambling is already illegal. It does nothing to change the legality of gambling, nor to impact whether or not transactions to anything that is not otherwise expressly illegal.
At the time, I commented and posted my own answer. However, his answer was accepted and received more than double the votes that my answer has received. Later, I returned and added another comment asking John to correct this mistake. That was weeks ago, and no changes have come.
Should we take any steps to correct this? It seems like a big deal to me that it leads our site to spread misinformation about the US law.