Akkurater Widerstand is an independent, non-profit initiative without any need for commitment on the part of participants. With growth an “eingetragener Verein” will be established, this is the legal German equivalent of a public benefit organization. In addition – Akkurater Widerstand is not attached to any political party or is it ideologically focused.
Financing / advertising
To finance the maintenance costs of this site at least in part, we are asking for donations via Flattr or PayPal (found at the bottom of this site). On our Youtube channels we have embedded advertisements. We ask for your understanding and patience with regard to the advertisement. It’s all in a good cause. Clicking ads doesn’t cost you any money, but assists us.
If our income rises above our spending, we’ll use the cash resources for new investments in this project or donate the resources to public benefit organizations. In accordance with growth in revenue we will publish our balance sheets publicly on our website.
We are open to any proposals for cooperation with organizations or companies. If interested we will develop any suitable concepts. Sponsorship from appropriate companies is also possible. In addition we will gladly provide layouts for online banner sponsorship.
Taking part in our movement through subscription to our newsletter or by following us on social media channels is free of any committment or obligation. We don’t collect any data on participants except the personal information needed to be able to contact each other, making comments or subscribing to the newsletter. This data will certainly not be transfered to third parties or used for any other purposes.
Risks in participation
Please be aware: Joining our campaings is at your own risk. We don’t know for example, if our actions could infringe on the contiuously updated Terms & Conditions of a Social-Media-Network. In this case, we are not liable for any eventual complications. Also, every participant should realize that this website and all the people interacting with it might be put on an intelligence agency watchlist. We consider that actually desirable! The more people who are flagged as suspect, the more pointless are the agency watch lists. If everybody is suspect, then nobody is more suspicious than the next person.