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(LEAD) N. Korea thwarting S. Korea's bids to block access to online propaganda
By Sam Kim
SEOUL, Aug. 19 (Yonhap) -- North Korea is altering the online addresses of its statements denouncing South Korea and the United States in a new attempt to thwart Seoul's bids to block access to them, an official said Thursday.

Last week, the communist country opened an account with the highly popular global microblogging service Twitter, "tweeting" links to statements posted on its official Web site, http://www.uriminzokkiri.com.File photo
South Korea quickly blocked access by its nationals to the statements, citing a law that requires them to gain government approval if they want to view such material.