This answer linked to a publication that expressly forbids its public dissemination. In fact, it is a violation of the publisher's expressed intentions to copy this publication in any format including electronic formats.
When it is obvious that the poster is violating copyright (worse, as is this case, when the post only denigrates the reputation of the publishing entity), is it not the moderators duty to remove the link to honor the publisher's wishes and protect the reputation of Stack Exchange?
The web is certainly full of anti-JW sites that post all manner of material that is in violation of copyright and privacy laws. But that should not validate any SE participant's desire to violate copyright here.
What is Christianity.SE's specific policy or SE's general policy concerning copyrighted materials? Are links or their direct inclusion on this site permissible? If not, is it the Moderator's duty (or the duty of all participants) to edit the posts to remove such links with an appropriate explanation?
Related Meta question: Are questions asking for answers to divulge sacred and secret ceremonies acceptable?