However, the communist Cuban government has rebuffed companies seeking to increase connectivity among its citizens, and Cuban President Raúl Castro’s speech Wednesday revealed very little in the way of Havana’s next steps. In it, he broadly called for the United States to remove “restrictions on traveling, direct post services and telecommunications.”
“It’s hard to believe they will suddenly change their behavior. You can’t change the dynamic overnight,” said Ellery Biddle, editor at Global Voices Advocacy and a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.
via Cuba Inc.? Not quite – Helena Bottemiller Evich and Adam Behsudi – POLITICO.