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you can always use the "youtube" excuse. To many users, to much content, impossible to manage, Heres our disclaimer of our lack of control of data, we exempt ourselves from resposibility, Then look official, with complaint departments etc. To better clarify though; 2 points are needed. 1. nature of crime. 2. Country of server Its all about perception, ...


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It depends a lot of the country where the server is and the jurisdiction there. But even in a country that would follow such cases it depends on the acual law itself. For example you mostly have to have a certain standard of security for you services. If you can prove that you have the usual security standard you won´t get punished (anonymous VPN does not ...


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Short answer: No, that would not be a valid defense. Let's say you penetrate a site. The site views your IP and reports you to the authorities. They then ask your ISP who had that IP at that time, and will be directed to you. That's a lot of evidence to suggest that someone from your home and/or network hacked the site. Saying it wasn't you because your ...



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