North Korea’s Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications has officially announced that it’s now blocking Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and South Korean websites.
According to reports the restrictions will make more difficult than ever before for visitors and foreign residents to post online about what’s happening in the country. The country has banned Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and South Korean websites, along with gambling and “sex and adult” sites, “for a certain period of time.” You can still use Instagram though.
Gees, talk about strict internet restrictions makes me appreciate the freedom I enjoy now.
Sorry North Koreans
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Frederick Damasus is a tech enthusiast and blogger who has a passion for creativity and innovation. He is a self-taught graphic designer and currently delving into web design and development. He loves photography and volunteers his spare time to inspire children in orphanages through dance. He is a trained Petroleum Engineer but found himself in the AID/Development sector. He currently serves as the M&E/ICT Manager at the Center for Creative Development Strategies, an NGO based in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria.
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