> The Software shall be used for Good, not Evil.

Neither term has any objective meaning and there is no shortage of people with 
philosophy phds willing to state such as their expert opinion.  Assuming good 
and evil are both subjective terms, the license merely states that "The 
Software" shall be used for some task to be assigned a moral value by a third 
party at a later point in time.  

If the author wishes to toss around terms like "good" and "evil"  and claim 
the existence of any higher morality he should establish the grounding for 
such in the text of the license. 

It's meaningless claptrap.  Ignore it.

Sorry, I'm not a DD and know I have no say here.  I just couldn't pass this 


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