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It's not cheating.
It's still not cool. As I see it, if it happens, it clearly falls into an organisational failure, up there with running scenarios cold. It can generally be avoided with good regional coordination.
Out of the 110 or so tables I've ran, four of the worst five tables have had at least one person who had read the scenario previously on it. This may be a coincidence.
If this is a problem for you, for whatever reason, my understanding of the rules is that you have the following recourse.
1) You may NOT refuse to GM a particular player. However...
Actually, the guide is pretty clear that you can:
Some GMs may notbe comfortable running an adventure for players who
have foreknowledge of what is to come. If your GM is
not comfortable with you replaying a scenario, the GM
has the right to deny players the opportunity to replay
a scenario for any reason.