Internet en Cuba

Daily Archives: June 23, 2013

Prison Diary XXIX: Censorship in Prison / Angel Santiesteban Posted on June 23, 2013 You could not imagine the artifices and movements required to get a complaint, a post, a letter where you say what you want to your family or friends about what you feel or what happens in prison, out of prison, without [...] Continue reading
Snowden llega a Moscú y pide asilo a Ecuador AGENCIAS | Moscú | 23 Jun 2013 – 1:38 pm. Viajará a Quito con escalas en La Habana y Caracas, según fuentes aeroportuarias. El exagente estadounidense Edward Snowden llegó este domingo a Moscú tras salir de Hong Kong en un vuelo comercial ruso para dirigirse a [...] Continue reading
Posted on Sunday, 06.23.13 Snowden Flies Out of Hong Kong as U.S. Seeks Extradition for Spying THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HONG KONG — A former National Security Agency contractor wanted by the United States for revealing highly classified surveillance programs has been allowed to leave for a “third country” because a U.S. extradition request did not [...] Continue reading
Prison Diary XXX: Internet in Cuba / Angel Santiesteban Posted on June 22, 2013 The Cuban government announces Internet connection points around the country, proving that the cable extending from Venezuela, which was the pretext for justifying out exile from browsing the digital networks, is working in the nation. They say, however, that it has [...] Continue reading
Former NSA worker Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong for Cuba Updated: 10:29, Sunday, 23 June 2013 The US had contacted Hong Kong seeking the extradition of Edward Snowden Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is reported to have left Hong Kong and is travelling to Cuba via Moscow. Mr Snowden left Hong Kong at [...] Continue reading
Cuba Plans Internet in Homes by Late 2014 HAVANA – Cuba’s state-run telecom company ETECSA plans to begin offering in-home Internet connections by late 2014, a director of the company said. “We’re thinking of reaching homes with ADSL technology. We’re trying to drop telephone access, since besides its poor quality, the telephone network is not [...] Continue reading
El Gobierno prevé ofrecer internet en los hogares ‘quizá a finales de 2014′ AGENCIAS | La Habana | 23 Jun 2013 – 12:13 am. En los primeros quince días, ETECSA vendió unos 11.000 servicios en las salas públicas. Es decir, menos de 800 cubanos se conectaron diariamente a la red. La estatal Empresa de Telecomunicaciones [...] Continue reading
Internet in Cuba: What Iroel Sanchez Didn’t Say to Telesur / Jeovany Vega Posted on June 22, 2013 Last Wednesday June 5th, at the end of the Telesur programme “Today’s Themes”, our brilliant journalist Iroel Sánchez commented about the “novelty” of the rooms enabling “free” Internet surfing throughout Cuba. That more than two decades after [...] Continue reading
Internet en Cuba: Buenas y malas noticias Álvaro Yero Felipe 22 de junio de 2013 La Habana, Cuba – – Se supone que los cubanos deben alegrarse porque este mes se abrirán 118 puntos de acceso público a Internet. En principio se debe aplaudir cualquier paso que se dé en la dirección correcta pero [...] Continue reading
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