It's not about Syria and Iran, but EU and Australia.
And you again missed the far more important issue (the law aspect can be sidestepped, since no one raids offices for this) - even in first world countries, fast and stable connection aren't as ubiquitous as you may think. Just what is your answer? Aside from relocating business of course.
Says the right one. What again is your point of view regarding those with bad connections? Move town/province/city/country?
SBS served those people quite well, so they should close the shop and move on (literally!) because Microsoft has a "new vision"?