Sometimes the top level domain can give you a hint
Well in theories yes. In Practise its impossible to fight any legal thinks against Ghost.
What if when the Person who Registered it already died?
should have a concact address, terms and conditions, owners, lawyers ...
even here I could not find any address.
BTW: sometimes I read (as a german) on boards where eg. people sell and buy weapons, which is illegal in Germany, but the board is a US board, so I guess it is legal in the US. Shall I call the german police?
I talk more about thinks like Hatespeech. Does anyone on Youtube even the is an Asshole deserve it to get Personal Data made Public?
For example you run a Forum, Site,... what ever and Visit a Doc (fresh from Med School) who hates you and Post Online your Decease.
How to fight against that? Its quite impossible to delete such thinks.
In the US its easy to accuse someone to be a Paedophile even the never get convicted the Media could say XY was convicted as...
Here in Europe the use the Therm Nazi. Look into Wikipedia. Some People sued a Guy who had edited this shit into Wikipedia.
You linked to a board
Could you explan what a "Ladungsfähige Anschrift" mean in English? I cant.
which is a foundation based on US law, so I guess german imprint rules don't apply.
Nope but since the have a German Area https://de.wikipedia.org
the should fall under local laws. I cant explain why in detail but when Website is in a local Language the is intend for People from the Country so the fall in there Jurisdiction to.
Lets say a Site is in French that mean People from French are on of your Customer you fall into French Law to.
Well its possible to sue anyone from any Forum if you find out who the Person is behind the Display.
If the are not Stupid good luck: https://gruppe42.com