Internet en Cuba


The Cuban Regime Survives by Fear / Iván García Iván García, 21 March 2017 — In the slum of Lawton, south of Havana, the need for housing has converted an old collective residence with narrow passageways into a bunkhouse. With dividers made from cardboard or bricks recovered from demolished buildings, “apartments” have appeared where a […] Continue reading
Chinese Company Huawei Dominates Cuban Cellphone Market 14ymedio, Marcelo Hernandez, Havana, 23 March 2017 — The mobile telephone market is changing at a speed that leaves little time to get used to new models. In Cuba, this dynamism is mostly seen in the informal networks, where the Chinese brand dominates because of its low prices […] Continue reading
La firma china Huawei se impone en el mercado cubano La marca gana terreno en la Isla por sus prestaciones, precios y la preferencia otorgada por el Gobierno MARCELO HERNÁNDEZ, La Habana | Marzo 23, 2017 El mercado de la telefonía móvil cambia a una velocidad que apenas deja margen para acostumbrarse a los nuevos […] Continue reading
‘From now on you have no name. You are prisoner 217’: life in a Cuban jail A brutal high-security prison was the last place Stephen Purvis expected to end up when he moved to Havana. Stephen Gibbs tells his story Stephen Gibbs Sunday 19 March 2017 09.00 GMT If you happened to go to a […] Continue reading
Cuba entre “lo peor de lo peor” en informe sobre libertad de prensa marzo 16, 2017 Freedom House ubicó a la isla en el puesto 91 en una escala de 100 en su informe de 2016 y señaló que el gobierno continúa reprimiendo a periodistas por publicar artículos que considera “subversivos”. Cuba es uno de […] Continue reading
Cubans Wanting To Emigrate See The United States As First Option / Ivan garcia Ivan Garcia, 19 January 2017 — There are few things that spontaneously bring Cubans on the island together. For example, if the provincial team is crowned champion in the national baseball series, where, in between the infamous beer and a noisy […] Continue reading
Brazen Cuban street artist El Sexto talks about his work, prison and activism BY MARIO J. PENTÓN Danilo Maldonado, the Cuban graffiti artist and human rights activist known as El Sexto, is the very antithesis of the communist “new man” the Castro revolution was supposed to create. Maldonado spent 55 days in prison after […] Continue reading
El Sexto: ‘Quiero que los demás sepan que es posible ser libre y romper con el gobierno’ MARIO J. PENTÓN Danilo Maldonado Machado, grafitero y activista por los derechos humanos en Cuba, encarna la antítesis del hombre nuevo forjado por la revolución. Tras estar 55 días encarcelado por pintar un grafiti en una pared […] Continue reading
Cuban emigrants declare a hunger strike in Panama JUAN ARTURO GÓMEZ TOBÓN | Turbo | 31 de Enero de 2017 – 11:13 CET. A group of six Cuban emigrants, including several identifying themselves as members of the Movimiento Prodemocrático Pedro Luis Boitel, declared themselves on a hunger strike in the locality of Laja Blanca, Darien […] Continue reading
Cuban entrepreneurs dream big but the government is in their way BY NORA GÁMEZ TORRES Like entrepreneurs in any country, Cuban entrepreneurs want more access to resources and fewer bureaucratic obstacles to expand and reinvest in their businesses, according to a new study based on interviews conducted on the island. “I would like those […] Continue reading
Cuba 2016: The Visit of Barack Obama and Death of Fidel Castro / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 2 January 2017 — A spring rainstorm with light gusts of wind fell over metropolitan Havana on Sunday, March 20th, when at 4:30 PM Air Force One landed at the first terminal of the José Martí International Airport […] Continue reading
Cubanos comienzan 2017 con promesas de mejor y mayor acceso a Internet enero 18, 2017 Lizandra Díaz Blanco Los cubanos iniciaron el 2017 con esperanzas de mayor y mejor acceso a Internet. Por una parte, el acuerdo con Google, que garantizaría más velocidad en la navegación, y por otra el plan piloto de Internet en […] Continue reading
Internet, una asignatura pendiente en Cuba enero 18, 2017 Rosa Tania Valdés Los reclamos por el libre acceso a Internet traspasan la isla. Organismos y personalidades internacionales se han unido a las exigencias locales a favor del derecho de todos a consultar libremente los contenidos disponibles en la red de redes. El acceso pleno a […] Continue reading
What is Cuba like? It’s complicated By Daniel Dauplaise Published 5:22 pm, Sunday, January 1, 2017 STAMFORD — The first question that I get from everyone when I tell them I went to Cuba is always a broad one — “How was it?” It’s asked in a way that indicates general curiosity. After all, it’s […] Continue reading
What Will Become of Cuba? / Paulina Alfonso Cubanet, Paulina Alfonso, 26 December 2016 — What will become of Cuba in the new year now that Fidel Castro is gone? This is a question only foreigners ask. It is of no interest to most Cubans. They have other concerns: how to get out, how to […] Continue reading
Trump Could Ice Thawing U.S. Relations with Cuba By Marissa Piazzola Published December 27, 2016 Cuba FOX Business The United States’ relationship with Cuba has thawed over the last two years, thanks in part to a December 2014 agreement between President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro to end a decades-long period of policy […] Continue reading
El Sexto: Muchos cubanos ‘padecen el síndrome de Estocolmo’ DDC | La Habana | 23 de Diciembre de 2016 – 19:43 CET. Muchos cubanos e, incluso, la propia oposición “padecen el síndrome de Estocolmo”, escribe Danilo Maldonado, El Sexto, en una carta enviada desde prisión y publicada en su cuenta de Facebook. Dice que es […] Continue reading
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