In Cuba internet access is heavily restricted to only a few people on the island. What most people see online is very much government controlled. This of course is very different to what American’s have access to on a daily basis. But that my soon change, now that President Obama and Cuba are on the path to normalizing relations. This new policy will help Cuban’s have more access to the internet. Nancy Scola, a reporter covering Tech Policy for The Washington Post joins Lizzie O’Leary to talk about Cuba’s connectivity.
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