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Submission + - South Korean Man Given Suspended Sentence for Twitter Posts (nytimes.com)

tukang writes: Park Jung-geun, 24, of South Korea has been given a 10 month suspended prison sentence for violating the country's National Security Law, which prohibits “praising, encouraging or propagandizing” North Korea, by retweeting over 100 North Korean propaganda posts.
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South Korean Man Given Suspended Sentence for Twitter Posts

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