US Internet Technology headed to Cuba thanks to the Obama Administration

The Obama administration has lifted “US Internet Technology” from the Embargo as companies likeĀ AT&T Inc., Nokia Oyj and Verizon Communications Inc. have chomped at the bit to enter the Cuban market

Cue ensuing Wi-Fi saturation and attendant public health problem….someone should warn theĀ Escuela Latinoamericana de Medicina (ELAM) where students from peasant, indigenous, and Afro communities in Latin America are offered fellowships and trained to become medical doctors and return to their communities of origin.



OFAC authorized travel rules for professional meetings/ research if anyone would like to go warn the Cuban people:

Sun country airlines maynot have Wi-Fi, but the JetBlue flights out of JFK do:


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