Cuba protests: Internet sheds light on anger – until it goes dark


Facebook, the most popular social platform in Cuba, as well as WhatsApp, Instagram and Telegram remained restricted by Etecsa’s servers, according to monitoring site Netblocks. But VPN services, which can work around internet censorship, were effective for many users, it said.



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