and so it starts
The whole purpose of the Internet is globalised data which means that you have conflicts of jurisdiction. This was bad enough in the early days but now that we have companies like Twitter/Facebook etc encouraging people to make comments in public forums the birds are most definitely coming home to roost.
How do you legislate on aspects like this where the company hosting the data has no point of presence in your country either in the form of a bricks'n'mortar office or a datacentre. Just because the comment can be seen by a person in your country does that mean you have the right to control it's content?
I would not be in the least surprised to find that it was not possible to create a sentence with more than three or four words which did not break some law somewhere (choosing the language you used could be the first problem).
Are we coming to the point where each country ends up running it's own sub-internet based on filtering rules to match their laws?