After Google took down Cubadebate’s YouTube channel on Wednesday, the web was alive with protest. By Friday afternoon, nearly 2,000… Read more Is Google really the latest threat to freedom of expression in Cuba?
On Wednesday of this week, Google (operator of YouTube) took down the channel of Cubadebate, one of the larger state-run… Read more On Global Voices: Cubadebate’s YouTube channel taken down
My most recent Global Voices post, “Cuba: Cables Reveal Government Sees Bloggers as ‘Most Serious Challenge,’” looks at several cables… Read more On Global Voices: Cuba, USINT, and Wikileaks
I have a lot to say about Wikileaks as far as Cuba is concerned, but rather than squawking about whether… Read more Wikileaks and Cuba: what if there were no documents to be leaked?
Over the last four years, the Cuban and Venezuelan governments have been planning to build a submarine fiber optic cable… Read more The Internet will not be socialized (for now)
Cubans, Cuban-Americans, Cuba policy experts, and now even big telecom (AT&T, Nokia, and Verizon) are pleading with the Obama administration… Read more From Nokia with love
Earlier this week, Yoani Sanchez tweeted that she could no longer send Twitter messages from her cellphone, via SMS (presumably,… Read more Technical difficulties