23 December, 2014

America Knocks Down North Koreas Internet Connection


America has retaliated for Sony's hack by shutting down North Korea's internet connection to the rest of the world.
I'm just wondering, how many people can live without the internet?
"Internet connectivity between North Korea and the outside world is currently suffering one of its worst outages in recent memory, suggesting that the country may be enduring a mass cyber attack a few days after President Obama warned the US would launch a "proportional response" to North Korea's hack against Sony
North Korea, which has four official networks connecting the country to the Internet -- all of which route through China -- began experiencing intermittent problems yesterday and today went completely black, according to Doug Madory, director of Internet analysis at Dyn Research in Hanover, New Hampshire." Bloomberg reports.
America's response is in accordance with NATO's treaty.
 We are talking cyber-warfare, people!

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