Internetzensur in Nord-Korea

Die New York Times berichtete über Internetzensur in Nord-Korea: The Internet Black Hole That Is North Korea

This is an impoverished country where televisions and radios are hard-wired to receive only government-controlled frequencies. Cellphones were banned outright in 2004. In May, the Committee to Protect Journalists in New York ranked North Korea No. 1 — over also-rans like Burma, Syria and Uzbekistan — on its list of the “10 Most Censored Countries.” That would seem to leave the question of Internet access in North Korea moot.

Viel Netz gibts da nicht.

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