Thursday, December 15, 2016

Google's new tech partner in Cuba blocks Ladies in White e-mails

Google and lost innocence

Former prisoner of conscience and opposition leader Angel Moya tweeted in frustration how Google's Cuban partners worked in complicity with the secret police in blocking e-mails of the nonviolent opposition movement known as the Ladies in White. Below is an embedded copy of the tweet which reads in English as follows "#Havana #Cuba #ETECSA in complicity with State Security Dept blocks e-mails in Lawton when operating against Ladies in White headquarters."
The Free Cuba Foundation released a statement today on the new relationship between Google and ETECSA, the Castro regime's telecommunications monopoly: 
"Google has signed an Internet deal with the Castro regime placing its technology in the hands of the dictatorship's telecommunications monopoly ETECSA. This is the latest bit of bad news coming out of Cuba." 
This is also part of Obama's Cuba legacy that on the surface claims to be about empowering the Cuban people but in reality has legitimized the dictatorship and empowered it with new technologies to repress Cubans.

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