The Wider Image: For Cubans, Wi-Fi means family
Tourist guide Daniel Hernandez, 26, sits on his Russian-made car as he speaks to his girlfriend who lives in Britain. "There's absolutely no privacy here," said Daniel Hernandez, 26, a tourist guide, after video chatting. "When I have sensitive things to talk about, I try shutting myself into my car and talking quietly." The quality of connections is often good only at specific spots, he said, and when fewer users are connected. Otherwise, the screen tends to freeze mid-chat. Hernandez said he also uses the internet to search for news. In Cuba, the state has the monopoly on print and broadcast media.