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How Silicon Valley wants to hack North Korea

04
Aug
2014

Over the weekend, a room of engineers, activists, and journalists met in San Francisco to tackle this conundrum at the first ever Hack North Korea, sponsored by the New York–based Human Rights Foundation with help from the Thiel Foundation. The mission was to develop clever ways to get media into the hands of North Koreans, and get information out, too. North Korea is often referred to as the ‘darkest corner of the earth, said Sarah Wasserman, Chief Operating Officer of the Human Rights Foundation, at the event’s kick-off. North Korea is often referred to as the ‘darkest corner of the earth

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