There was a question about how to integrate a specific font into a document. The fonts were commercial fonts and though the person did not state explicitly that they had downloaded unlicensed versions of the fonts it was pretty clear that this had happened. But even if it was just some ambiguous wording (entirely possible) it still leads to the question of how the community deals with blatant situations where someone has a question about how to use unlicensed fonts or even software for that matter.
On many typography forums if there's even a hint that someone is using an unlicensed font/program all hell'll break loose or at least people will comment on the issue. When I witnessed the situation arise here I did not provide an answer because I knew I would not be able to resist some kind of comment, snarky or otherwise, about what appeared to be a clear case of someone downloading a commercial font from an unlicensed "vendor".
So, how do we deal with this situation? In general tex.stackexchange seems to ignore these kinds of things and just answer questions without editorializing. That's a perfectly fine approach, in my mind, but then I would also be fine with other responses, either pointing out the issue but still answering the question or perhaps even something harsher like closing the question with a sternly worded warning, and so on.
Is there a community consensus on this? Like I said, I'm fine with whatever approach is the norm and I'm not here as a crusader for copyright enforcement, but there should probably be some kind of community position on this.