Yes, I got that part. That doesn't make it unlawful to make or use such software lawfully. Do you object to cars because they can be intentionally misused to run people over? Many domestic arguments have ended that way, and yet, cars continue to be made and sold in large numbers -- quite legally. But you just said you did -- you object to any application that can be misused to make QSOs without an operator present... I just quoted you. That the application can be used lawfully doesn't seem to quell your objection, which makes no sense. Yes, and this is my point as well. It's not the person who made the application who is accountable for misuse of the software -- it's the end-user. As a result, it is inappropriate for you to blame the OP for releasing something that has both legitimate and illegitimate uses, because by your own words, it's not his responsibility to prevent others from misusing his creation. It's this inconsistency in your overall argument that I am objecting to.