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Is it possible for a country to restrict any encrypted internet connection to some computer outside of the country, or if absolutely necessary just use a mitm(man-in-the-middle) to guarantee they can see the content? I know that the user will know that the connection are being spied because of the invalid certificate from the ca(certificate authority), but the user in this situation would have no option but to comply, if they absolutely need to connect to the computer outside of that country, I know that the user can always use steganography if encryption is not allowed, but steganography is too slow for internet access nowadays, is my reasoning flawed in some aspect? is the economical cost too much? I'm not advocating for censorship, I just want to understand what limitations the current anti-censorship tools have

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