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POSTCARD FROM PYONGYANG: THE AIRPORT NOW HAS WI-FI, SORT OF

North Korea is one of the least Wi-Fi-friendly countries in the world. Having a device that emits Wi-Fi signals can result in detention and a major fine. Worse, if you are a North Korean. Public use of the internet is a concept that just makes North Korean officials really nervous.

But here’s a sign that might be changing.

North Korea’s main internet

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