Continuing on, we have Haven Co, a rather unheard of yet very interesting story. The idea of Haven Co was essentially a place where you could use their servers in order to host just about anything.
For example, if online casinos are prohibited in your country/region, you can use Haven Co to circumvent some restrictions, which acts as a loophole. The only content that is prohibited is content with a very malicious nature, such as using it for hacking.
The reason this place was so guarded is because it actually has its own country—Sealand. It was this structure that was built out of the sea with its main goal to contain the servers to Haven Co. Since 2000, its goals have changed quite a bit and mainly offer cold storage of encryption keys or data, instead of hosting. It sure was a wacky idea, and it is a surprise that it came to life in the way that it did. No doubt thanks to cancel culture, digital “book burnings” and the extremist attacks on free speech, it is set to thrive in the current political climate!