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A peek into North Korea's online world, and time to get a new Note 7 (CNET Update) - CNET

There are 28 North Korean websites hosted on its servers for the world to see -- but the rest of the country's online life remains a mystery. Meanwhile, replacement phones for Samsung's Note 7 hit US stores.
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