Reminds me of when the highest forms of encryption in Netscape couldn't be exported, as if terrorists,criminals and nefarious enemy countries would have paid attention to the geographical download restrictions.
They think terrorists are too stupid to scout out the subways to see if the cops have put up a checkpoint before taking in anything sensitive. Of COURSE they think they're too stupid to use encryption.
Ah, good. It "doesn't affect you". A perfectly good reason to ban something. Why should you care that not everyone has access to a computer with fast internet at home? You have one, so anyone who doesn't is just out of luck. As long as the law has fixed a non-existent problem with dangerously vague language, all's good in the world.