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Is finished the myth of Internet censorship in Cuba?

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So far, the international press told us that the Cuban government was hindering the internet development in the Island on their quest for controlling the information.
Interestingly, these same mass media reported a few months ago, about the licenses granted by the US President to American companies in the sector to reach investment agreements with Cuban state company ETECSA in order to improve Internet on the Island

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Obama Never Answered Interview of Cuban Blogger

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A cable revealed by the Wikileaks website shows that US President Barack Obama never really answered a questionnaire by Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez in 2009, Cuba’s TV News Program broadcast on Monday. The questionnaire was answered by officials at the U.S. Interests Sections in Havana, and then sent to the White House on August 28, 2009 and it took about 4 months to return, according to the source.

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5 Unexpected Places You Can Be Tracked With Facial Recognition Technology

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Post-9/11, many airports and a few cities rushed to install cameras hooked to facial recognition technology, a futuristic apparatus that promised to pick out terrorists and criminals from milling crowds by matching their faces to biometric data in large databases. Many programs were abandoned a few years later, when it became clear they accomplished little beyond creeping people out.

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Cyberwar Against Cuba. Summit Kicks off Monday in Panama

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futures trading strategies p>(The South Journal) Panama will be the venue of an event to be held April 11-15, whose objective is the setting up of an “elite international task force” to enhance the cyberwar against Cuba. The sponsors of this meeting, under the intellectualized name of “Thinking Cuba”, use military terms like “task force”,

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U.S. government promoting Internet aggression against Cuba

The Department of State and its destabilizing agency USAID  project interventionist operations attempting to use the Internet  as an instrument of infiltration and intelligence within Cuban national territory

The Department of State and its destabilizing agency USAID project spending a further $30 million on interventionist operations attempting to use the Internet as an instrument of infiltration and intelligence within Cuban national territory.