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US News New law against trading platforms in the darknet planned.

19:40  23 november  2020
19:40  23 november  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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A criminal offense is planned that will target the operators of trading platforms in the darknet. The law could come into force during this legislative period.

Neues Gesetz gegen Handelsplattformen im Darknet geplant © TheaDesign / Shutterstock New law against trading platforms in the Darknet planned

The Federal Ministry of Justice is planning to tighten sanctions against drug trafficking, arms trafficking and child abuse via Darknet. Such a law could be passed before the next general election, it is said. According to reports by Spiegel, is to be created as a separate criminal offense. After all, trading such illegal goods and services hardly works any differently than classic online trading - with a platform, purchase processes, processing and a rating system.

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But similar to the mantra-like saying “we are just the platform and don't know anything” for years, the operators of an illegal darknet platform do this to an even greater extent. There is currently a corresponding case before the Trier Regional Court about the so-called "Cyberbunker" from Traben-Trarbach.


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New criminal offense against darknet platforms

The Federal Ministry of Justice is now planning to add the new criminal offense §127 Criminal Code to the criminal offense of operating criminal trading platforms in Internet ”. Offenders are threatened with up to five years imprisonment - in particularly serious commercial cases up to ten years - if the Federal Ministry of Justice prevails. The corresponding passage is intended to particularly concern commercial portals for illegal and criminal goods and services. In this case, measures for telecommunication monitoring and online searches should also be possible.

The fact that the federal government is taking such steps also has to do with the fact that, even in such a serious case as the cyberbunker trial, the operators can only be charged with complicity in the crimes. It is also hoped that the new law will allow more frequent asset seizures in order to compensate for the rising costs of such complex investigative procedures.

The fact that the new legislative proposal refers so explicitly to darknet trading platforms also has to do with the fact that a comparable bill from 2019 immediately called data protectionists on the scene, who saw the interests of dissidents and whistleblowers in danger.

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