TV interview by Hans-Wilhelm D├╝nn on the “Cyberbunker” trial at WELT/Pro7/Sat.1

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Yesterday, the trial about the “cyber bunker” in Traben-Trabach on the Moselle began at the Trier Regional Court. Hans-Wilhelm D├╝nn, president of the Cyber Security Council Germany e.V., spoke about the background of the accusations against the suspects and the preliminary proceedings during a TV interview with WELT/Pro7/Sat.1. “The defendants are accused of aiding and abetting more than 249,000 crimes by providing server capacity for illegal platforms on the darknet. For the first time, not only operators of such platforms are on trial in the case, but also those who make their illegal business possible in the first place. The trial will now be about proving that the defendants were actively involved in the illegal activities of their “customers” in order to be able to convict them. Regardless of the outcome of the trial, the excavation of the cyber bunker must be seen as a major investigative success for the police and our services. The amount of data seized on 886 physical and virtual servers, among others, amounts to two million gigabytes.”

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