We've some questions where the OP has asked for translated anime/manga without specifying explicitly that they are looking for a legally licensed release. Some examples are Where can I find spanish subtitles for Dragon Ball legally? and Can you tell me where to find this manga? (before edits).
Our policy is that questions asking for "illegal copyrighted and/or licensed materials" are off-topic. This is something I think everyone agrees on. However, it's not clear with the above questions whether the OP is looking for a legal version or an illegal one. Hence, this is a bit of a grey area. There are (at least) 3 ways we could treat these questions.
Always interpret ambiguous questions as asking for a legal version. Do not close questions unless they explicitly ask for something clearly illegal. If there is no legal version, post that as an answer. If another user posts an answer linking to illegal torrent/streaming site, downvote/flag the answer.
If the question is ambiguous, edit the question immediately to make it clear that the OP is looking for a legal version. This could also be accomplished by a moderator notice on the question, but we'd need SE to create such a notice. Again, if a user posts an illegal release as an answer, downvote/flag.
Close the question and leave a comment to the OP stating that the question has to be explicitly asking for a legal version. If the OP edits the question themselves then reopen it, but do not edit it ourselves as it would change the intentions of the OP.
What method should we use to deal with these questions?