The question is are we committing an offence communicating with a known pirate? Which someone is if they operate on a frequency they are not licenced to use. OK in telling to Op he isn’t supposed to operate on the frequency, but more than that? …
The problem here is that you will never actually know what sort of license the other operator has (if any).
http://hflink.com/60meters/ says that Finland has more range than 5351,5- 5366,5KHz. True, but only with special permission, most hams don´t have it here.Same thing in other countries as well.
Why would one try to control something he can´t. It is the operator who is responsible what frequencies they use, what power they run etc. We are hams, not cops
73 Marko OH9XX OH3XR