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North Korea's internet laid bare—and it only has 28 sites

One of North Korea’s many secrets is the structure of its internet, which is not only tightly controlled by the government, but also inaccessible to foreigners.  That last part changed Monday, when someone in North Korea made an apparent error, allowing anyone to access the country’s top level DNS data. This revealed the list of web domain names residing on the country’s top level domain, .kp. The folks working on a Github project accessed the…

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North Korea's internet laid bare—and it only has 28 sites

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