Recent this answer was flagged for deletion due to promoting practices of questionable legality/morality. For now I have left the answer as is, with a suggestion to downvote and/or comment if you feel the need to do so.
Technically the answer does address the question, while bringing the reader's morality into question. There are two points of view on this:
- Information is information. It is the reader's prerogative to decide whether or not to act on the advice.
- If something is considered illegal or immoral, we as a community should take a hard stance that such answers (and questions) are considered unacceptable and will be deleted.
Please respond below with your thoughts.
We have 1 answer with 3+1 upvotes (+1 for the person who actually provided the answer, as you would have to assume they agree with their own answer) and 1 downvote. This is not a large sampling from the community, but it is all we have for those who care enough to provide input on the issue. So 80% think we should delete answers that bring legality/morality into question and 20% think we shouldn't. Would a compromise of converting such answers to comments be an acceptable solution?