What is (or what should be) the policy on discussing the OSx86 project or the Hackintosh?
For those not familiar, OSx86 is the movement on the Internet (complete with its own Wiki, etc.) on getting Mac OS X to run on non-Apple hardware. A regular PC or Netbook which runs OS X is sometimes referred to as a Hackintosh.
On the one hand I figure disucssion of this nature would be forbidden since, as per Apple's EULA, it's illegal. However, there seems to be some level of debate as to whether or not Apple's clause is enforcible.
The PC manufacturer Psystar is (or was) selling PC towers with OS X on them, complete with a retail copy of OS X (but not the "same" copy as what is running on the machine since the code has to be modified in order to run or boot on a PC that uses BIOS instead of EFI). Apple is suing them but Psystar is not backing down. Some people theorize that Psystar is being funded by Apple's enemies (Microsoft?) in the hopes that the legal battle will prove the EULA clause to be unenforcable.
And reputable publications like WIRED even tell you how to do it and haven't been sued by Apple.
Since SO or SU would be a perfect place to ask a question like "What's the best Netbook for a Hackintosh?", what is (or should be) the policy on discussing something in a legally dodgy area such as this?