But in fact it doesn't work like that. Users openly laugh at the efforts of the regulatory agency, and list the ways of accessing the messenger. The founder of the messenger declares that he will always provide a means of using it. And the regulatory agency, in response to all that, is trying more and more damaging measures to block the access.
(I probably should care about the fate of Telegram, given that it can be followed by services that I actually use, but I don't.)