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Quote of the Day – Cuba’s totalitarian dictatorship defends its monopoly of communication on the island

In the wake of the manufactured "Cuban Twitter" scandal, ETESCA, the only communications company in Cuba, which is owned solely by the repressive apartheid dictatorship of the Castro family, provides quite a clear and definitive defense of its complete monopoly over communications in Cuba (via Diario de Cuba - my translation):

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-4mo015U04qM/TmkxnKsU_3I/AAAAAAAAAV8/AHYJn6dcht4/s1600/etecsa-cuba.jpg
"We don't want anyone creating or inventing a service for our users."

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