Web Paqs program overcoming Cuba’s internet blockade, reaches more Cubans on the island
Photos from Cuba: Activists delivering copies of the Web Paqs to friends and neighbors
Jan. 7 - These photos show activists of the Instituto Cubano por la Libertad de Expresión (IPLEP), giving copies of the Web Paqs for Cuba to their neighbors and friends, together with printed copies of their publications Redecilla and Panorama Pinareño.
On January 1 in Santiago de Cuba, Raúl Castro dedicated part of his speech to complain about a campaign to allow youth in Cuba to have access to the Internet that is blocked by his regime.
Now we know why Raúl is so worried. It is very hard for him to block projects like Web Paqs for Cuba, that provide offline access to more than 55 websites with news and information about Cuba and the world.
You can learn more about Web Paqs for Cuba visiting our page: End Internet Blockade
More information on the program HERE.