Just hypothesising here. What makes a DAC more resilient to being taken down by the government in which the creators reside?
Because, although the government can't control who uses the DAC and the network would stay up, there is nothing to stop them ordering the creators of the DAC to make it unusable in the latest download. Unless the creators are as anonymous as satoshi, this will be quite simple.
Yes, someone could fork it, but this government order would surely cause the value of the asset to drop so much as to make it worthless?
Has there been a precedent for this happening already?