North Korean internet slowly returning

By REUTERS
December 23, 2014 04:46

 
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SINGAPORE - North Korea's internet links have been restored, but it is not clear how stable they are, the US-based internet monitoring company Dyn said on Tuesday.

"The question for the next few hours is whether it will return to the unstable fluctuations we saw before the outage," Jim Cowie, chief scientist for the company, said in a telephone call.

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