CyberBunker is the name of a company and Soviet-era nuclear bunker that has been converted to a datacenter in Holland. They made some news a few years ago when they were raided by a SWAT team, but the team was unable to enter the bunker, and they faced no charges.
The company is well-known to be a haven for hackers, as they provide server and storage rental to anyone, without much prejudice, with obviously near-impenetrable physical security. Holland and some nearby countries have some relatively unique data privacy, copyright and internet-related laws, compared to many other countries, that make this feasible.
My question, though is this: what laws would prevent a company from building a practically impenetrable fortress, and host internet services from it without prejudice, in the United States?
And, are there any legal means for a company to do what CyberBunker does in the US?