IPv6 site local addresses are like private addresses in IPv4: You are not supposed to see these addresses on the Internet and therefore anybody can use them for numbering of a private network. They are not globally unique.
Since the router won't know automagically if it would be forwarding a packet outside an administrative domain, you would have to set up filters yourself at the egress points of you network, just like you do with IPv4 private addresses.
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