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Re: geeez...


> But I wan't a legally binding statement from a lawyer or an official (BSI) that running TOR exit nodes
> in germany is legal.

In Slovenia there is a law (for Internet commerce) that persons just
passing data around, not changing it, choosing destination or source,
filter, etc, are not responsible for the data. This even works for the
servers. So if you have a server with content you are just storing for
somebody else you are not responsible for that. But you have a witness
status if they want to prosecute this somebody and have to cooperate.
So police will come and talk to you, but not as s suspect but as a

Probably this is an EU law.

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