April 24, 2024
Analysis

Starlink: an uncensored internet solution for North Korea?

Elon Musk's hotly-anticipated satellite net service could prove a game-changer for tech-savvy North Koreans, experts say

Elon Musk’s much-anticipated Starlink internet service is scheduled to go online later this year, designed to provide fast satellite access to the internet from anywhere in the world – including North Korea.

With a constellation of over 400 satellites already orbiting the earth and plans to put 40,000 more into space, Starlink has potential to provide net access well outside the control of national governments worldwide.

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