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EXCLUSIVE ONNI: Measuring Internet Censorship in Cuba’s ParkNets-Study

The fact that Cuba’s intranet is far more affordable than the global internet indicates that most Cubans likely limit their browsing experience to government-approved sites and services. But the political climate in the country likely demands increased levels of self-censorship, which arguably is the most effective form of censorship.
In an attempt to understand how internet censorship is performed in Cuba, ONNI performed network measurement tests across eight vantage points in three cities across Cuba. The following sections explain our methodology and key findings.
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