they mentioned prior to even releasing the PC version that they would not be wasting recources on policing it.
Sony and Microsoft are supposed to police the games on the consoles, but they don't. From could outright report the people that are doing things wrong themself, and they would fix nothing.
Recently Dave Chapelle went on tour, and he stopped telling jokes and went on smoke break after 5 minutes, because half the audience was refusing to shut up or stop screaming memes from his previous works; and when he requested they stopped people simply responded they paid to be here; they could do what they want.
You paid to play Dark Souls inside the rules and restrictions the game was given to you with. The X-box/PS3 ToS says you paid to use an X-box within their rules and restrictions, the audience of that show paid to be an audience to a comedy skit, and then disrupted the show; in all these cases paying for a product does not mean you can now do anything you want with it.
When you paid for a gun, you paid to use a gun within the rules and restrictions upon it; and when you paid for dark souls, you did the same.
That means you can gank, use TWoP, cast pursuers 5 times then black crystal out, or do whatever you want, but you must follow the ToS, and hacking is not doing that.