[content][types of relays] Mentions to unexisting section are confusing
In the page https://community.torproject.org/relay/types-of-relays/ , in the Exit relay section, we mention the 'legal considerations section' twice.
One is linked to https://community.torproject.org/relay/community-resources , but the other is unlinked, and there are no sections called 'legal considerations'.
Exit relays have the greatest legal exposure and liability of all the relays. For example, if a user downloads copyrighted material while using your exit relay, you, the operator may receive a DMCA notice. Any abuse complaints about the exit will go directly to you (via your hoster, depending on the WHOIS records). Generally, most complaints can be handled pretty easily through template letters, which we'll discuss further in the legal considerations section.
Because of the legal exposure that comes with running an exit relay, you should not run a Tor exit relay from your home. Ideal exit relay operators are affiliated with some institution, like a university, a library, a hackerspace or a privacy related organization. An institution can not only provide greater bandwidth for the exit, but is better positioned to handle abuse complaints or the rare law enforcement inquiry.
If you are considering running an exit relay, please read the section on legal considerations for exit relay operators.
We should rephrase, mention the current name of the section, and also add a link where there is none.