Not in Kansas anymore


I’m at school and went to respond to a comment posted on one of my You Tube videos, and found my response was disabled due to “real name Korean verification laws.”

There are many sites in Korea, where activity is only allowed if you type in your Korean citizen number, so foreigners can’t post at those places.

Annoyingly, I find I often have to make sure my search engine and You Tube, etc. don’t morph into Korean all the time.  Maybe one day I won’t need to keep on top of this, but for now it’s kind of a pain.  If I one day get to the point where I can allow it to go fully Korean, will that real name Korean verification law kick in?

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