The JSLint license specifies that it should be used for Good, not Evil.
Suppose I construct some program that I believe to be Good, and use JSLint to improve the quality of that program. Further suppose that I release my code under a permissive license, such as a BSD license. Now suppose that somebody else takes my program and uses it for Evil.
In this case, the evil-doer has not actually violated their license agreement with me, since BSD licenses permit Evil. However, the evil-doer has now profited from the increased code quality gained from using JSLint.
Is the evil-doer now in violation of the JSLint license, despite never actually using JSLint themselves? Alternatively, perhaps I am now in violation of the JSLint license? Does the JSLint license require me to use the "Good" clause in my license as well, to prevent this scenario?