Those regulations state, among other things, that:
You may not use any of Mozilla’s services to: …Upload, download, transmit, display, or grant access to content that includes graphic depictions of sexuality or violence
Does this mean that (for instance) an add-on which e.g. provides a gallery-view for 4chan or enables unmoderated peer-to-peer filesharing would be prohibited even from private distribution among non-development Firefox users?
Or does that page of regulations only apply to AMO-listed extensions? I’m sorry if I sound redundant; I just want to be certain whether that page does, or does not apply to unlisted, self-distributed extensions.
In particular: would Mozilla ever take actions to block [such as denying signatures to] an unlisted add-on which egregiously broke the regulations on that page, but that completely abided by the main page’s rules about malware and secure handling of user data?