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What’s so odd about the whole thing is that no one in North Korea can even hope to afford the things they showed us. And it’s not like they’re going to export this technology. They’re building products for a market that doesn’t exist.
Sophie Schmidt, daughter of Google chairman Eric Schmidt • Discussing her experience at the North Korean version of the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this month. Schmidt went with her father to the country — both of whom were joined by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson. The longtime Google figure spent much of his time in the nation trying to convince North Korean leaders that their focus on keeping internet access extremely limited was causing long-term harm to the country’s economy, an argument which we wouldn’t be surprised if it fell on deaf ears.
January 20, 2013 // 19:01 // 1 year ago
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  1. jasonstiff said: The North Korean government limits internet access because it doesn’t want the North Korean people watching the very unflattering (and very funny) Team America Movie. :-)
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