More than a month later Extraordinary protest Oppose the government in Because This expands the state’s control over citizens’ Internet activities. According to a decree and other new regulations published in the Official Gazette of the Socialist Caribbean Countries on Tuesday, electronic media calls for “mobilization and other actions to change public order” will be classified as cybersecurity incidents.
Therefore, the Ministry of Interior and Communications and the armed forces should monitor possible hostile and criminal activities in cyberspace, “eliminate” them, and impose penalties when necessary. In the category of “moral and social damage”, the list of “incidents” classified as highly dangerous also includes: “spreading false news, insulting news, slander, and affecting the reputation of the country.”
On July 11th, thousands of Cubans spontaneously demonstrated in many cities, fighting for freedom, opposing oppression and scarce economy. For decades, there has been no such protest in this island country. The authoritarian government talked about the United States inciting violent riots to divide Cuba. Security forces violently suppressed the demonstrations and arrested hundreds of people.
It was not until 2018 that the government approved the mobile Internet. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WeChat Since then, Telegram has been the most important communication method in Cuba. But Internet access, which has been restricted on the island, has now been temporarily blocked. Opponents of the government exchanged views on the protests on social media. The U.S. government says it is looking for ways to make it easier for Cubans to access the Internet. Some Cuban Twitter users condemned the new rules as an attack on freedom of speech and an attempt to silence critics.