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Comment author: [deleted] 06 December 2011 07:07:24PM *  2 points [-]

Depressing. This would mean that most informal norms of censorship are much more resilient and effective than most formal laws censoring material.

Arguably this makes them much harder to dislodge than even the intentionally vague Chinese law. Since I guess you can't really be prosecuted under it by pointing out there is a censorship law right?