So John of London who contributes to Wikipedia will be subject to the laws of Israel? See your problem?, and the idiocy of your statement? The Internet doesn't belong to Israel you cannot control it''s content. Even in the UK as long as you don't call for death and destruction or deny the holocaust you can type more or less what you want. Paedophilea is out as are snuff movies, depictions of rape and necrophilia, beastiality and fisting, but that is pretty much it. And even then you can host a website in the United States which is covered by the First Amendment, and which isn't subject to British law, you can't have links on a British based website though which is problematical, but you can by pass it by providing a link hosted again in the States which then sends you to the website.. The only way Israel can affect the Internet is to do like north Korea and China and put up firewalls preventing Israelis accessing it. The genie is out of the bottle. And it will never be put back in.
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