If you have a rule written in a way that allows for broad range of interpretation, yet you claim that you only enforce within a narrow range, then it is incumbent on you to rewrite the rule to only cover that narrow range. Otherwise that rule or law can be selectively enforced or more harshly enforced later.
Never trust a vague or partially enforced rule or law. They are quite often used against the citizenry or "community" later.
Everyone knows how sneaky lawyers will argue subjectivity etc and find ways to exploit BM and it's culture. I'd love to live in a world where I could trust everyone to respect each others wishes but we don't. I, as a burner, would MUCH rather put my trust in the Burning Man LLC that has proven itself to act in it's participants best interest for 20 years over some jerk with fancy lawyers who wants to make "BM Girls gone wild".
Then the simplest (and least abusable) solution would be to ban cameras entirely. That would be fair, and not susceptible to abuse. Problem solved.
And hard to enforce..... 50k participants and not that much BM staff
While Burning Man is NOT a nonprofit, they don't accept investors, have any commercial sponsorships, or endorse any products. They don't allow outside vendors and only sell coffee/tea and ice at the event. They definitely aren't out to make a lot of cash and have no need to advertise. Word of mouth grows Burning Man fast enough, almost 50,000 participants at the last burn. They'd much rather make their participants feel safe.
I know, I know, there's all sorts of arguments that macs can get viruses,
That isn't (or shouldn't be) the argument. In my mind, there is no questions that Macs CAN get viruses, it's just that no one will take the time to find exploits and write one when they can hit the majority of computers by hitting windows. I can't wait until the tipping point when there are enough Apple users to make it worth it. Then we can all laugh at the silly Apple users that thought they were invincible.