The weaknesses of Mql5 Signals make it quite possible to subscribe to a signal on a Darwinex account and make it a Darwin.
It is also possible to mix various signals with EA's or discretionary trading with a trades copier.
In its general conditions on Darwins, Darwinex formally prohibited to do so.
Human nature being what it is, it is not general conditions that people do not read that will prevent anything.
So you're asking Darwinex to stop adding value that would come from sources that do not comply with the terms and conditions?
You are absolutely right from an ethical point of view.
Probably if we were to get to the bottom of things, if we were to read in full the licensing conditions of each software that each trader uses, each indicator, and so on. An important part of the Darwins should be closed.
Again, the source of the problem is not Darwinex, but its competitors who make completely accessible the trades of their traders. As well as Expert Advisor authors who sell their robot instead of the performance of their robots.