Since UK officials are trying to enforce the injunction on others in
foreign jurisdictions, it's not likely to succeed. The issue drives home
the point that in a distributed computing world, government censorship
will have to extend to shutting off the outgoing and ingoing pipes at the
border (as China has mostly succeeded in doing) or they can forget about
trying to enforce such censorship efforts.
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