Ah, but you see, access to the internet is not a fundamental human right. Nor shoult it ever be – it does not endanger survival in any way. At least, until we reach the stage of technological reliance that the Borg have. And the internet is not a jurisdiction with the same status as a country – nor should it be, until we are as united as the Bord are (that isn't necessarily bad, it's just us accepting global monoculture and global federated government). And when access to the internet isn't a right or a juristical equivalent of a country, it's hard to argue the independence of cyberspace in this way.
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