cuba

sonic attack

Canada Is Pulling Diplomats’ Families From Cuba Over Mysterious ‘Acquired Brain Injury’

This follows concerns of “sonic attacks” against US and Canadian diplomats on Cuban soil.
Tracey Lindeman
4.17.18
Censorship

Here Are the 41 Websites You Can't Access in Cuba

A new report looks at how the internet is censored on the island nation.
Louise Matsakis
8.30.17
Science

Fidel Castro: Tyrant, Revolutionary, and Environmental Crusader

Cuba's late-president, Fidel Castro, has been called many things, but "environmentalist" could be one of them.
Sarah Emerson
11.30.16
Culture

Cuba's Government—Not Obama or Google—Will Decide When Cubans Get the Internet

Cuba’s lack of internet options is a function of communist government policies, not infrastructure.
Jason Koebler
3.22.16
cuba

The Plan to Shut Gitmo and Turn It Into an Ocean Research Lab

It might sound far-fetched. Is it though?
Kate Lunau
3.17.16
Internet

This Workaround Lets 2.6 Million Cubans Surf the Web

Apretaste is opening up more internet services to the millions of Cubans who have email but no web access.
J.M. Porup
12.2.15
Internet

Cuba's Only Email Service Has Been Mysteriously Shut Down

A "technical failure" has knocked out the only email service accessible on Cuban phones.
Jason Koebler
11.19.15
Photos

The Internet Has Helped Hipsters in Cuba Discover American Fashion

Thanks to loosened internet restrictions Cuban cool kids are plugging into global fashion trends for the first time ever.
Natalie O'Neill
11.17.15
short circuit

Verizon Is Using the Cuban Government's Cell Phone Network

Verizon is going to Cuba, but the move will only benefit American travelers in the short term.
Jason Koebler
9.18.15
All Fronts

Cuba's Mysterious 'Numbers Station' Is Still on the Air

Even with diplomatic relations warming, Cuba's HM01 is still broadcasting encrypted messages.
Janus Kopfstein
9.16.15
Internet

Life, Offline

Cuba will soon get the internet, and everything that comes along with it.
Jason Koebler
9.8.15
Radio Motherboard

Are You a Jerk If You Vacation in Cuba?

Radio Motherboard talks to a human rights expert about the internet, free speech, and the ongoing complex political situation in Cuba.
Jason Koebler
9.4.15
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