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This article was published on June 25, 2015

This is what happens when North Korea takes over your social media

Matthew Hussey
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Matt Hussey was the former Editor-in-Chief for The Next Web. Previously he worked on the launch of Wired UK, ShortList and Mr Porter. He's b Matt Hussey was the former Editor-in-Chief for The Next Web. Previously he worked on the launch of Wired UK, ShortList and Mr Porter. He's been an active contributor to GQ, FHM, Men's Health, Yahoo, The Daily Telegraph and maintains a blog on Huffington Post

Hacking has become an everyday presence in our digital lives. But what if the hackers got a bit, you know, creative?

At Vooza HQ this week, they found themselves having to battle the almighty North Korean army. But, instead of waging a righteous war on the staff at the startup, they decide to enact a much more cruel revenge via social media. Can they survive?

Vooza is a video comic strip about the tech world (aka “The Spinal Tap of startups”) that’s been buzzed about by David Karp, Dennis Crowley, Jason Fried, and other tech bigwigs. You can Join Vooza’s email list for exclusive VIP access to more Vooza.

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