I'd like to suggest removal of the CyanogenMod tag.
I don't see how that tag has any relation to Ubuntu.
So the question now becomes... how do we go about removing it?
Remove it. I also do not understand why it is on Ask Ubuntu, when CyanogenMod is an Android rom, not Ubuntu. Yes, you might tell me about Ubuntu Touch, but Ubuntu Touch has its own tag (yes, look at askubuntu.com/tags)! CyanogenMod rom is a rom, not a Ubuntu flavour, nor version, it is only based on linux (not Ubuntu, that is a difference) kernel! So I say: Remove! People, you have it on Android Enthusiasts (and there it has 1633 questions and here 2)! But wait? If you remove that, look at android (and maybe android-sdk) tag too (android-studio might be good, if it is about fixing bugs in this program in Ubuntu)!
I agree, remove it. Of the two questions tagged with it, neither has any problems directly relating to CyanogenMod. One is about Ubuntu Touch, and the error contains CyanogenMod in it, and the other one is about a hostapd hotspot where the device connected happens to be running Cyanogenmod.
I also agree with this.
Even though Ubuntu Touch was used to be based on CM, all the android is removed. So yeah, basicly this is NOT CM.
Remove the tag, i have no idea HOW it was added, and had no relation to Ubuntu. Linux is a kernel, cyanogenMod is just a rom... REMOVE I SAY!