I recently came across this website and found out that an excruciating amount of interviews were shared in great details with what questions were asked, any follow-up questions, answers to these interview questions, and possibly a rough description of the interviewer. These shared interviews concern a lot of the big names in the U.S. tech industry. Clearly, this sabotages the opportunities of other candidates without these privileged information of interviews taken place recently. I'm sure, you've all seen people sharing tiny bit of detail on their interviews on other job search website. But I can assure you the amount of interview detail shared is tremendous.
My question here is whether it's fair for this website to host such information? And will tech companies still find their hiring process fair if some candidates come fully prepared with the answers to a question the interviewers just asked 1 or 2 interviews ago. Because interviewers normally don't change their questions that often, those candidates actually do have higher chance of answering the question correctly.
And if it is not fair for a website to be doing this, what can we do to take it down so other candidates like me and you can get a fair competition?