The reason the Internet can't /really/ survive a nuclear strike anymore is simple: the military isn't the one who builds it anymore. Infrastructure is done for the lowest possible prices now, not for the maximum amount of resiliency. They don't care about anarchist goals or nuclear strikes or any of that. They care about money.
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