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Its like agreeing to a website hosting TOS. If it says you cant host image hosting scripts. You can't. Even if the country's law says that hosting image hosting scripts on servers is legal.
This is not necessarily true. it depends upon how the civil code is written. In most nations, state, district, county, city, local, and corporate statutes cannot circumvent the code as written one tier higher.
I would be very happy to be corrected, if you can point me to a page that categorically states that corporate laws and rules may circumvent city, state, or national statutes.
Regarding copyright statutes, though, we find that the relevant authority is at the national/federal level.
In essence, corporate rules and regulations cannot violate national/federal law.
What you have written seems to imply that a corporation can ignore the law of the land. Are you sure you meant that? Am I misunderstanding what you wrote?
EDIT: I confess that I "snipped" too much. What is shown in the quote box needs to be taken into the context of the earlier points made by the poster. Sorry for my mistake.