Do the research yourself and know the risks involved. If you choose to follow advice from this subreddit and damage your system, it's your fault. You won't receive a warning. The post or comment, if seen by a mod, will simply be removed. Do it more than once and we'll remove your ability to post. Again, you will receive no warning, and ignorance is no excuse. Pirating intellectual property is not the same as violating a company's terms of service.
The former has a chance of landing you in jail, the latter could at most result in a civil suit with a fine in the USA anyway.
Piracy goes directly against the forum rules. Violating a TOS does not. Luckily this greatly simplifies what you as a poster needs to remember about piracy and this forum. Piracy is simply theft. Don't talk about stealing something, whether you've done it, or are going to do it. If you have obtained what you're talking about in a way the law would consider stealing, you're violating the piracy rule.
Talking about violating a company's TOS with your legally obtained equipment and software does not violate this rule. If it did, there'd be no reason for this forum to exist. Rules of Social Conduct This shouldn't need to be said, but No abuse and no spam. And don't make us have to define either. If you have any problems or questions, feel free to message a moderator. New to Wii Modding?
Start with this link. Have you botched the modding process? To answer a common question on botched installs; NO you do not have to undo anything. As long as your Wii is still mostly functional, find some help, start the modding process over. You almost never need to undo what you've already done. Un-modding your Wii Simply put; No.
It can be done to an extent, but there are some things you will never undo. If you want to un-mod your Wii because your current mod job is causing problems, find a better tutorial, start over.