There are plenty of systems where CONFIG_SECURITY_SELINUX is set, but
where selinux is either not installed or not activated.
So if the quoted text is correct, then all those systems would be missing
an apparently useful (basic?) security check. Or is the text imprecise
and does the kernel check if a security module is active before ignoring
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