How does or can a Service Level Agreement (SLA) protect the provider from any liability in case the client knowingly breaks a law.
Example: AWS is a web hosting provider that sells computing resources to clients. The Clients can use these resources to host websites for example. Let's assume a client uses such a resource to host an e-commerce site that sells illegal products (guns, drugs and such). Another example would be that the client uses this resource to commit DDOS attacks (Denial of Service).
In what way a company like AWS can protects itself from any liability. Again, in continuation to the above example here are the relevant agreements from the company: