Less than two months after Netflix opened up its services to Cuba, the island nation now apparently has a new, free public Wi-Fi space.
For years, the Communist country has had notoriously expensive, slow, and restrictive Internet access. But with relations between the United States and Cuba starting to thaw, that’s beginning to change. As of the last few weeks, according to the Associated Press, there’s a new government-approved hotspot at the cultural center run by the Cuban artist Kcho.
The artist told the news wire that it’s a shared network running over his personal 2Mbps connection. And while the project is a noble one, such a connection is almost certainly not fast enough to watch House of Cards.
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