North Korea's Kim Jong Un Hopes Google's Luster Rubs Off on Him

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"Search words are also restricted and what you get are mostly research data related to science and technology or cultural development," said Kim Heung-Kwang who majored computer science at Kim Chaek University of Science and Technology in Pyongyang and later defected to South Korea in 2004.

North Koreans who would dare to post anti-North Korean thoughts on these servers, the punishment could range between three months to five years of hard labor in labor camps, according to the severity of your crime.

ABC News' Joanne Kim and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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