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+ - Webhosting for privacy activists?

Submitted by BritishColumbian
BritishColumbian (666) writes "I'm thinking about setting up a website driven by user submissions. I was wondering which locations have the most liberal (i.e. libertarian) privacy laws. There are some great hosts in the US, however there have been so many FBI requests for user data that I don't want a server hosted under US jurisdiction. Does anyone have any thoughts/suggestions? I'm assuming Sealand doesn't have an operative serverfarm yet."
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