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originally posted by: MystikMushroom
N. Korea's "internet" is probably pretty small -- I'd wager that only a handful of people in the government are allowed to even access it.
So, keeping a few thousand government officials from using the internet...
originally posted by: noeltrotsky
If you want to have an impact, drop a million flash drives with copies of 'The Interview'. That would cause the powers-that-be more grief than any kind of cyber retaliation.
originally posted by: CraftBuilder
a reply to: smurfy
I can't link to the different modes. The selections are along the top of the map.
originally posted by: neo96
Mainstream is reporting this now.
The US has said 'no comment'.
So honestly I am LOVING this.
Their entire internet knocked OFFLINE.
Kinda scary at the same time.
Because if it was us ?
That means our government does have the internet 'kill switch'.