Sometimes policy goals of different entities are in conflict. For example a question can sometimes be viewed as an attempt to learn how to defeat a security control, or be viewed as a way to achieve other security goals like confidentiality and availability.
For example consider a country that censors information and establishes a firewall which interferes with Internet access in violation of what some would consider human rights, vs an organization or individual in the country which wants to achieve confidential access to the Internet and freedom of information, as perhaps in this question. But note that the same firewall technology might be used by a company to preserve their trade secrets or other policy goals, in a situation where their employees would not be viewed as having the right to use the network in violation of the policy.
I think we want to firmly avoid political discussions, but nevertheless want to recognize the technical conflicts involved, and be willing to discuss the technical issues involved in support of each policy goal. The policy goals of a network operator are of interest to us, as are the policy goals of a human rights organization.
Does that sound like an appropriate way to deal with these issues? Are there better ways to word this question, or questions that run into other policy conflicts, to make it better suited to this site?