Cuba Providing Public Greater Access to Internet

Cubans are prohibited from having personal computers at home without official authorization, and PC use is closely monitored in schools and workplaces. But in apparent recognition of the risks of being left on the sidelines of the global cyber-revolution, the state-owned telecommunications monopoly in recent months has expanded Internet access points, allowing broader use of the Web, or at least its ideologically vetted venues.

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