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An automated query of our databases by software scripts or comparable mechanisms is not permitted without our consent. We also refer to §303a StGB data alteration:
Anyone who unlawfully deletes, renders unusable or alters data (§202a para.2) is liable to a custodial sentence not exceeding two years or to a monetary penalty. The attempt is punishable.
As well as §303b StGB computer sabotage:
Whoever disturbs a data processing, which is of essential importance for an external company, an external enterprise, or an authority, by a.) committing an act according to §303a para. 1 or b.) destroying, damaging, rendering unusable, removing or changing a data processing system or a data carrier, shall be punished with imprisonment for up to 5 years or with a fine. The attempt is punishable.
In particular, we also refer to the decision of 25.08.2000 - File No. 19 U 2/00 - of the Cologne Higher Regional Court, which grants us a "virtual domiciliary right" to prevent disruptions, which we make use of if necessary.