Punishment for watching porn in north korea
North Korea doesn't have Netflix but, like much of the rest of the world, it is shifting to streaming TV. According to punishment for watching porn in north korea report, North Korean engineers created file watermarking software that essentially tags and monitors any media file that's opened on a device, whether that's a PC or mobile. One spycam video first posted in May spread to more than 2, sites in six months, a KCSC document shows. The member digital sex crime monitoring unit vor set up to hunt down and remove sexual videos posted without consent. Everything is monitored by a state agency called Bureau 27, or the Transmission Surveillance Bureau. Skip to main content.