A recent question asking about exploiting possible loopholes in FIDE chess laws for gaining more time has received 5 downvotes, and the reason given in the comments is that it is not nice to get benefit such a way. I understand the reason, but (currently) I don't think it's a good enough reason to close a question.
My thinking: Discussion about loopholes in rules in general is a good thing, because it allows the people who decide the rules to improve them. Similarly, I think questions about loopholes in rules are good questions in SE - for example, they allow people to understand the rules and arbiters and tournament organizers to prepare for possible incidents.
If this question is closed because the OP should not be given advice on how to exploit the rules, nothing would stop someone else from asking a question that is essentially the same but not written in the first person. I don't think it should matter who actually asks the question, so I ask here: Should questions that are likely to yield answers that may help players to cheat or exploit loopholes in rules in unsportsmanlike manner be allowed? Naturally, I'm talking about questions that are otherwise suitable for chess.SE, i.e. they are related to chess, they have an answer etc.
A few months ago I asked a similar question in Meta, Questions about ongoing games. I think there is an important difference: a question about an ongoing game is very specific and is less likely to be asked by someone else than a question about cheating. I understand that drawing the line is going to be arbitrary, so probably this question cannot be answered simply by a yes/no vote. I'd like to hear other opinions on the subject.