Apologies for resurrecting an old thread; however:
I have been testing the free version of LSWS and I am very impressed.
So much so that my company are considering a purchase of what may be around 6 4-core licenses to cover our entire infrastructure.
However, I am very, very concerned with the information in the EULA about the 'pornographic' material being disallowed.
While we do not host anything considered 'pornographic', I find it quite remarkable how you can attempt to enforce your views onto users of the product. My worry is that some time in the future when we are locked into your product, the EULA will change, and you may consider anything we host to be unacceptable to your questionable morals, and we will have lost time and money developing our infrastructure around LSWS.
My questions are:
Why do you feel you can do this?
How do you enforce this condition?
If you find someone in 'violation', what happens? Can the license be revoked automatically? (Which implies the question - does LSWS need to make calls to your licensing system I may need to accommodate in our firewalls?)
Finally, and I think most importantly - what do you define as 'pornographic'? Who do you think you are to decide what is and isn't pornographic, and/or illegal - especially as laws covering legal material and pornography are different across the world.
I await your response.