Earlier, I came across a question that suggestively implies altering an existing Android APK without source and attempting to put AdMob into the APK.
There are notions of striving to be as ethical as possible without encouraging bad behaviour by posting an answer which would imply or hint that the answerer is in favour of supporting such unethical means.
How would this be dealt with?
After reading Zuul's answer I started reading the StackExchange's Terms and Conditions.
This part and I quote:
Subscriber represents, warrants and agrees that it will not contribute any Subscriber Content that (a) infringes, violates or otherwise interferes with any copyright or trademark of another party
I must add I am not a Lawyer IANAL either, but using my intelligence and common-sense on the basis of interpretation
(c) infringes any intellectual property right of another or the privacy or publicity rights of another
This was under section titled "3. Subscriber Content"
This is my interpretation - posting a question (Subscriber Content) by the OP (Subscriber) is clearly in violation of this?
The OP clearly did not answer that he did in fact, not have the source code available.