Reflections about Cuba’s journey on the Internet

September 9th, 2013   Theme: Cuba Libre! | Theme: Internet Freedom

Article from TIME Magazine

TIME Magazine recently published an interesting and deep-going article about the Cuban net life. Cubans were legally allowed earlier this year to go online at so-called “cyber points”, nevertheless with restriction and need of handing over identity papers before logging on. The article brings opinions from dissident Cuban citizens who bid defiance to the governmental restrictions of net freedom as well as tells us more about how the citizens in the country succeed taking part of modern internet phenomenon such as “Gangnam Style” in spite of national restrictions. With only 25 % of the population online, Cuba is “the Western Hemisphere’s last frontier”, according to the writer of the article. Read the article

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