Already, in the early hours of February 14, we noticed that something was happening with our mobile phones. Any attempt to send and receive a message or make a call, ended in failure.
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If, in March of 2008, Raul Castro had imagined the role cell phones would play in Cuba's incipient civil society, he probably never would have authorized their use.
Filled with rumors, the cellphone network is, in Cuba today, a speedy way of spreading news of events that the official press silences.
Cubacel comports itself as if it is an accomplice to the ideologically motivated censorship; supporting a reprimand from the political police, it puts an error message on our screens.
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