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Discussion on: 13 ways the Internet is broken - #9 will shock you!

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Renato Byrro

I agree mostly, but will have to disagree on #11. When I travel abroad, sit on a cafe and receive a service, I'm under that country legislation. The same should be in the internet. But if the EU finds itself entitled to rule sites based on other countries, completely overruling legislation authority from other sovereign countries, then non-europeans should be able to ignore Europeans at a minimum. I'm not saying they should or that I think it's a good idea, but I would totally understand and support if that's their decision.