Both the Russian and British networks are accessible within Turkey, but that doesn't mean that they're connected to each other. Going to a website hosted by Vebsoyedineniye on a Turkish server would still keep you within the confines of the Russian network. From what we understand, the other networks take great care to insulate themselves from the Internet, and knowing the history between Bengal and the British Empire, trying to access the Internet without a good reason is likely to set off some bells. You'd probably have an easier time accessing Nettowaku or AmeriNet, though.Then again, say that I'm in Bengal, where strange Russian unpronounceable equivalent of the internet is available. Can't I access a server in Turkey through which I can access the Commonwealth internet? Both the Russian and Commonwealth equivalents are available in Turkey.
Ashley is free to correct me if I got anything wrong here, of course.