We have a question asking how to remove a splash screen from the free version of Unity. Currently, the option to modify the splash screen is determined by the license. This is also covered in their support/faq.
The poster claims to have a solution using a memory scanner/hex editor/debugger.
This sounds like it would violate their terms of service:
General Restrictions. Except as expressly specified in this Agreement, you may not: (a) copy (except in the course of loading or installing) or modify or create derivative works of the Unity Software;
Accordingly, you agree not to disassemble, decompile or reverse engineer the Unity Software, in whole or in part, or permit or authorize a third party to do so, except to the extent such activities are expressly permitted by this Agreement or by law notwithstanding this prohibition.
So, my question here is, how should we handle answers that violate terms of service? We have some questions that mention jailbreaking, but I didn't see any that describe how to jailbreak. In contrast, this situation involves giving instructions.
The closest stack exchange related answer I could find focused on questions about getting away with breaking the law. Breaking ToS isn't necessarily the same as breaking the law though, so I thought this warranted some meta discussion.