Well, the car off the road situation is one thing but attacking tyranny is another:
The networks are the creation of a handful of North Korean defectors and South Korean human rights activists using cellphones to pierce North Korea’s near-total news blackout... The work is risky. Recruiters spend months identifying and coaxing potential informants, all the while evading agents from the North and the Chinese police bent on stopping their work. The North Koreans face even greater danger; exposure could lead to imprisonment — or death. The result has been a news free-for-all, a jumble of sometimes confirmed but often contradictory reports. Some have been important; the Web sites were the first to report the outrage among North Koreans over a drastic currency revaluation late last year. Other articles have been more prosaic, covering topics like whether North Koreans keep pets and their complaints about the price of rice.
Reminds me of my idea of parachuted internet $2.99 cams launched out of transportation planes whenever there is natural calamity or human rights outrage to determine what exactly is going on down there. Never happened. But the pre-Tianamen Square fax teams in the West did. Chinese students at Dal Law spent that summer on the university fax machines sending handwritten notes and posters. Not to spoil the story but the stakes are high: "an arms factory worker was found with a cellphone and confessed to feeding information to South Korea. A source said the informant was publicly executed by firing squad." Another favorite guy.