Sep 16 2018


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Cuba could not, therefore, be enlisted early in Internet. the law Torricelli, of 1992, that reinforced the blockade, identified the communications with Cuba like a way to debilitate to the revolutionary regime. does not depend on Cuba to connect itself to Internet at the speed that wishes to do it, or with so many independent channels and suppliers as it can choose. Southwest Airlines contains valuable tech resources. Whenever Cuba tries to add a new channel to Internet, the American counterpart must obtain the appropriate license of the Department of the Treasure of the United States. Of similar way, if a North American company wants abrir a new channel to him to Cuba or decides to increase the speed of the connection, a license is due to send. the present Cuban connection to the call network of networks no it offers the suitable bandwidth to satisfy the demand of the country.

The blockade forces Cuba to use a bandwidth and connection to the expensive and slow satellite. The problem could be solved if an optical fiber cable were connected between Cuba and the state of Florida, but the American authorities have not allowed it. The mirages of Internet The access to Internet is well far from being a benefit for the great majorities: the 90 percent of the world-wide population does not have access to Internet. More of the 70 percent of the connected ones lives in the developed countries. In Africa, less than the one percent of the population has access to Internet. More than half of the connected ones they are South African. To the deficiency of telephone lines the one of the electricity is united. In Ghana, the 20 percent of the homes only has electrical current; in Namibia, the 5 percent; in Senegal, the 2.3 percent; and in Mozambique, the 0.4 percent, according to numbers of the Union the International of Telecomunicaciones (UIT).

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