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Internet law related question

I need to know whether or not as the owner of a website, I am legally responsible for what's posted there if I didn't post it.

I will soon be launching a service that will allow anyone to post anonymously and then email a message to someone they intended the post to. The email will go from an address that I specify and the author of the post will not have to disclose her identity. Will I be legally responsible for any damage as the owner of the site or does the responsibility remain with the author of the post, even though they are anonymous.

If I were responsible, how would I go about avoiding that responsibility.

I would also like to have the terms of use and privacy policy documents writen for the site.

If it so happens that I am not responsible for the content of the posts, I would need a legal certification of that that can serve as proof in court. Basically I need to be covered.

I am only looking for specialists in that area of law. I really need to be sure of the answer.

I need to be 1000% sure of the answer you give me.

I need a cv from each bidder.

I would only like to work with people practising this area of law

more details will be discussed with the winning bidder.

Thank you very much.

Skills: Legal

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