we should call this the World Wide Web more often, especially as opposed to closed networks which are not World Wide

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@trwnh interesting concept. Is any site blocked in China not included, because it's not World Wide? Or is China not part of the World Wide Web because it blocks websites. Is there any jurisdiction now that doesn't? Even liberal "democracies" like have a semi-secret web filter operated by the government (the list of URLs blocked is not publicly available):
coactivate.org/projects/disint

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