It may be one of the world's most reclusive states, but it seems the power of the web is slowly lifting the veils of secrecy on North Korea. Instagram and Twitter are now in North Korea and there are even claims that even Pirate Bay was preparing to drop anchor there. RT's Alexey Yaroshevskiy reports.
The Pirate Bay, the file-sharing website forced to set sail from Sweden last week, claims to have set up business in North Korea. The group said on its website that has accepted an offer from Pyongyang to use its network - and its ship will henceforth bear the North Korean flag. However, analysts have cast doubt on whether it is being hosted there.