It will be illegal for Egoman to sell the boards outside China. What any Chinese individuals who buy them from Egoman do with them is completely up to them and individuals who may buy the boards from them, assuming there are no oddball export or import regulations that cover this kind of case (what lawyers and bureaucrats are capable of would not surprise me in the least).
In the U.S., if no one complains about interference from a device, there is no foul and no penalty. According to FCC regulations, if interference can be proven, the operator of the device must either take measures to eliminate the interference (e.g., shielding) or cease operation. Unless there are modifications to the Pi PCB layout, parts, etc., from the current designs, it's likely that there will be no interference (but, no guarantee), especially given the low power levels at which the Pi operates, the typical shielding on cables, etc.
I "look forward" to walking down dark alleys in Chinatown, surreptitiously asking the kind of people from whom one might normally seek illegal drugs, "Hey, buddy, you got any red Pi? How much? How many you got?" However, I neither condone nor encourage anyone to buy illegal Pi of any flavo(u)r/colo(u)r ...
The best things in life aren't things ... but, a Pi comes pretty darned close!
"Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire." -- W.B. Yeats
In theory, theory & practice are the same - in practice, they aren't!!!