Douglas Crockford could sue the White House

Recently, the White House switched to using WordPress for whitehouse.gov. While doing so, they deployed the most recent version of WordPress. WordPress 4.9 includes a copy of CodeMirror for an improved experience when it comes to editing code. In order to provide linting of JavaScript ,CodeMirror uses JSHint.  And this is where things get interesting. 

JSHint is mostly licensed under the MIT license. I say mostly since it inherits some code from JSLint which uses a modified form of the MIT license. It requires that the software only is used for Good, not Evil.

"The Software shall be used for Good, not Evil."

So the White House is using software that can only be used for Good, not Evil. Which means that if the White House has used its website to do evil, it has violated Douglas Crockford's license. 

The next minor version of WordPress removes JSHint, but the inclusion of it will live on in internet archive history.