Various government offices work that way. I work at one such office on occasion. Check your electronics at the door, put them in a locker, go through a security check, and off to work you go on a secured and locked down computer. And there are people standing in line to make the kind of money a govt contractor makes doing IT/dev
The problem is that it's been there for a long time. I played Duke3d in VR at Slam Site in the mid 90s. The only effective change from an end user perspective is that you don't have to stand on a DDR type platform to use it anymore. That's 20 years of innovation.
That's the biggest problem I see. People camp out on pages and claim that they're the editor for it. Any edit you make is reverted or rewritten to fit their style. Any source you pull that would make changes to the article will be discredited or simply deleted. Wikipedia has a metastasized cancer that it embraces as if it is healthy for the ecosystem, and it will be the death of it.
They'll still use it, but it will not be used in court, rather it will be used to gather information until another method of making a charge stick is found. It's not fruit of the poison tree at that point.