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Cuban Journalists & Bloggers

One side questioned the silence of the press on issues of interest to the public and the other cast doubt on the convenience of publishings posts with ‘incendiary’ news.

Havana Times looks at the divide between journalists and bloggers, making the point that this “runs counter to the fusion that takes place in cyberspace.”

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