Havana, December 30 (RHC)-- Many Cuban citizens are denouncing the US blockade that censure of their Facebook and/or Twitter and is stamping out the right to communication by the Island's internauts.
Cubans that try to communicate from the Island are suffering unexplained cuts in connectivity and many other problems, originating from sources abroad interested in restricting the right of Cubans to communicate with the rest of the world.
In face of these attacks, Cubans have developed their own social networks such as punto.cu, La Tendedera and Reflejos, which are increasingly popular for exchanging greetings, music, and information.
Another network, Cubava, will offer the same features as the established ones, and expand the communication possibilities of those families that lack computer connection in their own homes.
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