This is incorrect.
In DPRK, there are two Internets.
One is the Internet that is mostly only accessable to government
officials and rich people for a fee, ie, that of teh outside world.
The other Internet is a sort of Korea Wide Web, with content carefully
monitored by censors, where North Koreans can look things up. Hotels,
restaurants, schools, the government, etc., may have KWW websites
On 23/09/05, Gerrit Holl <gerrit(a)nl.linux.org> wrote:
Mark Williamson wrote:
I got an e-mail from my good friend Kim Jong-Il
about this, too.
Apparently when he tried to add himself to the Bambi-lovers' frapper
map, it told him that "Pyongyang, Korea" was invalid. He then tried
"Pyongyang, Democratic People's Republic of Korea", and it told him
that "Pyongyang, People" was invalid even though that isn't what he
entered. He then tried "Pyongyang, North Korea", since due to its
being hosted in the US, the Frapper site would most likely be under
the control of Southern Korean seperatist propaganda trying to
convince it that there were two Koreas. That was invalid. Eventually,
he figured out that it was to be "Pyongyang, Korea (North)". How
counterintuitive was that?
Very counterintuitive - North Korea does not have any internet
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