Again, thanks for the comment. I will try to explain how it works below.
Playing a game without the license to do so is not permitted in any way. We cannot govern whether our users use a valid license or not, but do (without hesitation) suspend accounts of anyone who abuse the service or content installed on the cloud server - to which "playing a pirated copy of a game" also applies.
Snoost does not provide any content, installation files or licenses for the games, and we expect our users to use the cloud gaming servers the same way they would use their own computer. It is up to the users themselves to install the game they want to play (e.g. through Steam, Origin or UPlay etc.), and to make sure they have a valid license to play it. In the vast majority of cases this is not a concern, since games nowadays are purchased and installed via an online platform (such as Steam) and thus automatically carries a valid license.
I completely understand your comment, and that the product may not be for you. However, we do not necessarily want to base any part of the product, strategy or our business on whether a few people will try to use the service illegitimately. Playing a pirated copy of a video game is a criminal offence no matter to which computer the offender installs the game, and - if detected - it will result in permanent ban, and may lead to legal action.