Internet Explorer? Partying Down Like its 1999!

I thought South Korea’s National Security Law was an archaic piece that limits the free speech of South Koreans from having some humor. Then, I saw this post…
http://www.thekoreanlawblog.com/2013/12/south-korea-still-required-to-use.html
Yeah, South Koreans still have to use Internet Explorer when buying stuff online. This was because, unlike other browsers, many South Korean sites at the time had a lot of “special” scripts, codes, and plugins, that were only used within the country, and they weren’t compatible with other browsers. So this solved the problem at the time. Nowadays, maybe South Korea should get on the band wagon, and switch everything over to HTML5?

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