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That's a dangerous precedent to set - because then others will jump in and demand knocking other countries (think Cuba, Venezuela, Iran, Syria or any other country on the US sanction list) offline.

IIRC the only cases where this has happened was when a couple of self-proclaimed "bulletproof hosters" were booted off of their uplinks, but even this wasn't a direct partition of the Internet.

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