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was not cut off from the digital world—and the profound implica- tions of that knowledge. While Google Earth and Instagram have offered never-before- seen images of North Korea to the world, taken by tourists and sat- ellite images, the North remains a secretive country. Its computers operate on the Gwangmyeong (walled garden), a national intranet service, or private network, that is not linked to the global Internet and is only accessible to a small percentage of the population. What Schmidt wanted to ascertain was how the regime utilized the Internet and to