The world of the Internet in North Korea has always been opaque. The country maintains a handful of websites on the global Internet but doesn’t do a very good job of…Read More
A little after midnight, early on the morning of July 15, as most of the Korean peninsula slept, were North Korean spies up late listening to the radio? This was…
A Facebook-like social network has appeared on a North Korean web server, apparently installed by the state-run Internet service provider.
Here’s an in depth look at the daily programming on Korean Central Television during the 7th Workers’ Party Congress.
I am working with the Korea Internet Transparency Reporting Project and Open Net Korea to file a lawsuit against the KCSC to overturn the blocking.
A BBC correspondent has been detained and expelled from North Korea for showing disrespect, “distorting facts and realities” and “speaking ill” of Kim Jong-un.
While pedal-powered bikes still predominate on Pyongyang’s wide avenues, electric bikes are becoming a more common sight on the streets of the capital.