TIL North Korea, “world’s worst Internet black hole,” restricts Internet access to high-level Party officials and then only “to browse fan pages of the leading Kim dynasty”; in response, “North Koreans [are] buying properties close to foreign embassies in a bid to access their wifi.”

Read more: https://www.dw.com/en/north-and-south-korea-how-different-are-they/a-17996315

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  1. Wait, if the foreign embassies are physically in NK doesnt that mean they only have the same shit Internet available to those High Level Party officials? What good is that?

  2. It’s okay, large companies and the U.S. government are restricting what information is available to you as an internet user in the good ‘ol U.S.A. as well.

    “For your safety”

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