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     3      3   <div>Encryption is not
     4         -<a href="http://archive.softf1.com/2015/2015_xx_xx_British_Prime_Minister_David_Cameron_Wants_to_ban_Proper_Cryptography.webm">outlawed</a>,
     5         -but P2P technology is outlawed and the encrypted P2P data streams are
     6         -blocked/banned or require licensing.&nbsp;<i>(The majority of the people just
     7         -accept whatever is coming to them. That fact alone guarantees that if the
     8         -P2P-ban is applied before the passive masses start to depend on P2P in their
     9         -daily lives, then any attempt to explain that the world could be different if
    10         -there were no P2P-ban, is a totally lost battle. The possibility to "license" a
    11         -P2P-protocol allows Skype to continue working, while allowing BitTorrent and
    12         -Tor to be banned. Games can reroute their updates through Skype and the
    13         -"license" of the Skype P2P protocol requires Skype to apply state censorship to
    14         -whatever is being routed through Skype.)</i></div>
            4  +<a href="http://archive.softf1.com/2015/2015_xx_xx_British_Prime_Minister_David_Cameron_Wants_to_ban_Proper_Cryptography.webm">outlawed</a><i>(<a href="./artifact/e03375010c9a7b79808d351f44fbf4c013e8413b">local
            5  +copy</a>)</i>, but P2P technology is outlawed and the encrypted P2P data
            6  +streams are blocked/banned or require licensing.&nbsp;<i>(The majority of the
            7  +people just accept whatever is coming to them. That fact alone guarantees that
            8  +if the P2P-ban is applied before the passive masses start to depend on P2P in
            9  +their daily lives, then any attempt to explain that the world could be
           10  +different if there were no P2P-ban, is a totally lost battle. The possibility
           11  +to "license" a P2P-protocol allows Skype to continue working, while allowing
           12  +BitTorrent and Tor to be banned. Games can reroute their updates through Skype
           13  +and the "license" of the Skype P2P protocol requires Skype to apply state
           14  +censorship to whatever is being routed through Skype.)</i></div>
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    19     19   <div><b>Countermeasures: </b><font color="#008000">create private physical
    20     20   networks that do not depend on traditional Internet Service Providers (ISP-s).
    21     21   As those will also probably be outlawed or bugged by law, just like the 2016