A Closer Look at North Korea’s Ullim Tablet

Computer security researchers analyzing a North Korean tablet computer have discovered a level of surveillance and control not previously seen inside electronics from the DPRK. If used across all tablets and smartphones, the system could significantly impact the ability of activists to send digital information into North Korea that can be viewed and shared by citizens.

I talked to the researchers and found out how the North Korean government keeps control on citizens online. You can find the story on 38 North.

1 Comment on "A Closer Look at North Korea’s Ullim Tablet"

  1. Seems like North Korea is stepping up a notch on surveillance to match western policies on spying on citizens.

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