An entity without a legal status is a person or organization that does not have any legal rights or responsibilities. This can include individuals who are not legally recognized as having the capacity to enter into contracts or engage in other legal activities, as well as organizations that are not recognized as legal entities. In some cases, entities without a legal position may be considered to have limited legal capacity, meaning that they may only be able to engage in certain legal activities under certain circumstances. Examples of entities without legal position may include minors, individuals with certain mental disabilities, and unincorporated associations
An online network of individuals does not have a legal position in the same way that an individual or a legal entity, such as a corporation, does. However, the actions of the individuals within the online network may be subject to legal scrutiny, and the network itself may be regulated by laws or policies that govern online behavior.
For example, if the online network is a social media platform, it may be subject to laws and regulations related to privacy, data protection, and content moderation. If the online network is involved in illegal activities, such as the sale of illegal goods or services, it may be subject to criminal prosecution.
It is also possible for an online network of individuals to form a legal entity, such as a corporation or partnership, in order to conduct business or pursue other legal objectives. In this case, the legal entity would have a separate legal position and would be subject to the same laws and regulations as any other legal entity.