The latest news from North Korea, but probably not something they want to get out on the wires, is a twist on information control. Apparently N.K. is instituting a "a clampdown on cellphone and long-distance telephone calls to prevent people from reporting on food shortages." VoIP peering, or peering at any level doesn't work so well when there are no devices to use. This would be interesting to verfiy. I wonder if a reporter could email in the story out of N.K.?
North Korea clamps down on mobile phone use to stop news of food crisis