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Cuba: State of the Blogosphere

Regina Coulya takes issue with blog graphs that do not paint an authentic picture of the Cuban blogosphere, saying: “The lack of real spaces (not virtual) to freely issue an opinion independent of the government, has resulted in the polarization of the most visible blogs made in Cuba. They reflect the social dichotomy that runs like an underground river. And attacks do nothing to establish what we need which is a culture of dialogue.”

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