The World Wide Web ain’t too wide in North Korea!
The super secretive state somehow made its secret internet public this week — and revealed that it apparently only has 28 websites.
Earlier this week, a list of websites registered to the domain “.kp” somehow showed up publicly for the rest of the web — likely by accident — and revealed a list of only 28 websites registered under .kp — in contrast to the millions registered under other country domains (such as “.uk,” for the United Kingdom) or the 140 million-plus registered under “.com.”
A Reddit page has a list of all of the discovered websites and users are having a lot of fun commenting.
“I think there are more websites on the internet in GTA 5 than NK,” user LefthandedLunatic posted.
It’s all grins and giggles everywhere else in the world, but someone in North Korea is probably in a whole lot of trouble.