In recent days, we have encountered two instances of postings with questionable moral content.
The first instance: a user uses an engine on a chess gambling and still loses, so asks how to better use the engine in the live games. While there is a definite ethical issue (unless for whatever reason the gambling site itself permits engine use), the question itself is on-topic. It could be reworded to be a fine neutral question (along the lines of "How exactly do some chess engines beat others?").
I would have edited it, but refrained from doing so under the StackExchange Acceptable Use Policy, which explicitly prohibits the use of the SE network for illegal purposes. I propose the topic therefore be deleted, and want to clarify that this should be our proper response moving forward.
The second instance is perhaps less clear-cut. A user suggests intentional, repeated early resignation as a solution for chess addiction (answer(s) deleted). This is, factually, a valid answer. However, it promotes undesirable behaviour elsewhere on the internet or in real life. While not illegal per se, this is behaviour that is against the Terms of Service of lichess.org, for instance (see Fair Play and Community Guidelines, point 2 on artificial rating manipulation.)
If this kind of relevant but morally dubious posting crops up again what should be our response (with justification)?