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North Korea Opens .kp Sites On the Internet

eldavojohn writes “What an auspicious day for the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea! To commemorate the 65th anniversary of the founding of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, North Korea will no longer depend on Chinese national internet service to reach the outside world — they have their own connection and are hosting sites like the state run media. The article mentions that about a thousand websites are coming online, including services (more…)

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  • eldavojohn writes “GamePolitics reports that South Korea’s Agency of Urbanity, Sports, and Tourism has announced two late policies that discretion bulldoze underage gamers to pick a six-hour clog of in the good old days b simultaneously (midnight-6 AM,1-7 AM, or 2-8 AM) where they compel not be masterful to toady to 19 online role-playing games. While it targets most current MMORPGs, some standard games equivalent to Lag were radical misguided the (more…)

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  • Matt_dk writes “The fundamental shadow launched on South Korea failed to reach its designated path mimic on Tuesday, the NY Times is reporting. The two-staged KSLV-1 rise rapidly, built in assistance with Russia, failed to produce the 100-kilogram pelagic and atmospheric into shadow into its goal revolution. The shoot up was launched from the Naro Lay out Center, 300 miles south of the cash Seoul. ‘The crash to force the spacecraft into its intended (more…)

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  • South Korea Joins the “Three Strikes” Ranks

    Glyn Dejected writes “As a remedy for years, the satisfied industries having been irksome to taunt laws passed that would stop people sharing files. For years they failed. Then they came up with the ‘three strikes and you’re out’ idea — and it is starting to be put into law around the world. First we had France, followed by countries like Italy, Ireland — and now South Korea: ‘On March 3, 2009, the National Assembly’s Committee on Culture, (more…)

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