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The government recently blocked access to 31 Web sites it regarded as pro-Pyeongyang. The National Security Law can be used to suppress freedom of expression and freedom of thought. The law allows Seoul to take authoritarian measures. The draconian law can wield its influence over the cyber world. In an information society, it is impossible for the government to completely block access to a Web site. We have to abolish the National Security Law to build up a new free and democratic society.

by Yoo Il-sang

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