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Some 14 Cuban non-governmental organizations* have declared that a new “iron curtain of information” is descending that further censors access to the internet, and restricts the flow of information.
The regime is cracking down in Cuba on independent elements of civil society, the Center for a Free Cuba reports:
Some of them, such as SNET, the largest private network in the country, were not political but have been taken over by the dictatorship. Other tactics, such as expanding restrictions on who can travel, are targeting those who are political dissidents, independent journalists or other members of independent civil society.
This has generated protests among previously apolitical gamers, and driven Guillermo del Sol Pérez, a religious activist and independent journalist to initiate a hunger strike to protest the over 130 Cubans arbitrarily banned from traveling outside the island.
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