>I expect there to be further discussion along these lines. When a tool can
>be used for both legal and illegal purposes, how do judge whether the
>technology is too risky to include?
The point is the definition of "illegal", because circumventing the censorship in Iran or China is illegal, and China is a major country (note that the rule is about "major jurisdictions" and not democracies, quite a big difference in the context).
According to this rule, we could devise a "Fedora China", with tor and many other packages stripped off: which is disgusting, really.