And even though Galahad already said this Syko. When you bought it doesn't mean you can do with it what you want.
The DMCA is one great defender of the IP owner's rights to dictate what you can and can't do with a program.
And there's also a bit of precedence for you. Sony got some manufacturers of mod chips shut down. Nintendo got some people who made and sold flashlinkers shut down.
The mod chip was made for you to be able to play backups and imports, but you weren't allowed to put it in your PS2.
And the flashlinkers would be a nice thing to have if you wanted to develop something yourself for the GBA but I think that thing competes with Nintendo's developers pack.