Kim Kardashian may not have been able to pull it off, but it sounds like someone actually managed to #BreakTheInternet!
Well, at least in North Korea!
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is without internet today as all four of their networks that connect to the web are completely offline.
The timing is a bit odd, to say the least, as it comes shortly after the country was tied to threats to attack any theater playing James Franco and Seth Rogen's film, The Interview.
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While North Korea claims they aren't behind the threats, some believe the U.S. is somehow behind the internet outage. However, not only are these theories unconfirmed, but it's also not exactly clear how the United States would pull that off in the first place!
It has also been pointed out that North Korea's internet runs through China, leading some to believe they might be cutting off their internet directly.
It's still unclear whether or not the internet outage is some sort of cyber attack, but it's definitely strange nonetheless.
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