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North Korea's Twitter and Flickr Accounts Hacked By Anonymous 212

First time accepted submitter njnnja writes "With tensions on the Korean peninsula continuing to rise, Anonymous hacked into the government-run North Korean Flickr site to post a 'wanted' poster for NK leader Kim Jong Un. It says that he is wanted for 'threatening world peace' and 'wasting money while his people starve to death.' They also hacked into NK's Twitter account and posted a link to the Flickr page."
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North Korea's Twitter and Flickr Accounts Hacked By Anonymous

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday April 04, 2013 @06:57PM (#43363873)

    They post less crazy things!

  • by ackthpt ( 218170 ) on Thursday April 04, 2013 @07:03PM (#43363945) Homepage Journal

    The list included:


  • to anonymous for the Monkey Magic reference. :)
  • by GoodNewsJimDotCom ( 2244874 ) on Thursday April 04, 2013 @07:19PM (#43364083)
    Guess we're right on censoring Internet.

    I believe the real reason these places censor internet isn't that they're worried of offensive things being said. I think the real reason they censor Internet is if we all hang out together in positive communities, the hate against us starts to fall apart.
  • The US military spends more than that every day just on dealing with his antics. Any enterprising bounty hunter should hold out for a lot more. :P

  • by Anonymous Coward
    ..and while we're at it, send an assassination team for al-Assad, I think we've all had more than enough of his particular brand of bullshit, too.

    Seriously, I'm sick and fucking tired of this North Korea batshit insane crap. Even the Chinese government, whom I have no great love for, is backing away from NK (Hey, we don't even know these assholes!).
  • by fazey ( 2806709 )
    Oh you mean something else that can be used to keep the US public pumping money into this giant military beast? Then they can turn around and provide all the technology they use over seas to our local law enforcement and use it against us? Like... say... drones?

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