Further incentive to finally join the late majority of social networkers: the North Korean government, led by none other than self-described celebrity-loving dictator Kim Jong-il, has its very own Twitter account. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea uses its account, nicknamed kcna_dprk, as a news feed for the Korean Central News Agency. But the North Korean dictator and his government don’t tweet on controversial issues such as Monday’s nuclear testing; rather, most posts are dedicated to diplomatic statements and appearances made by Kim. Ironically, only well-connected North Korean politicos even have access to the account, as Twitter and the rest of the Internet are off-limits to most Koreans. The good news? Follow Kim and he’ll follow you, too.
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