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Twitter suspends 12-year-old popular North Korea parody account for violating ‘impersonation’ rules

A popular satire account has been locked by Twitter for violating its policies.

“I’m sorry to say effective immediately @DPRK_News is defunct,” the owner of the North Korean satire account DPRK News Service posted on Wednesday.  “I founded the account in 2009. Twitter decided today that it violates their rules. I’m not going to label a parody a parody. That moots the point. It gives away the joke.”

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