Questions like "Is it legal to do X?" or "how to do Y legally ?" are quite frequent on the site and they benefit no one - most of them get closed pretty quickly but still waste everyone's time, including the asker's.
Now that we have a Law Stack Exchange, could we be more strict about legal questions and make it clear that they aren't welcome here anymore and should be posted on the aforementioned SE instead ? This would benefit us, who won't have to deal with (often) unanswerable questions, as well as the askers since they will get better help from law experts on that specific SE rather than security experts who don't always have an extensive legal background especially in different jurisdictions.
Currently we don't have much about legal questions on our How to Ask page. I suggest we modify the "Questions on setting up your home PC antivirus..." phrase into something like this :
Questions on setting up your home PC antivirus may be more appropriate over at superuser.com; questions on the deeper aspects of cryptography belong on crypto.SE, and questions about the legality of something belong on law.stackexchange.com.
If everyone agrees and this is implemented we should probably drop the "Answers on laws, regulations and licencing should not be taken as legally binding..." phrase as well since those questions are now completely off-topic.