The Street Network
When your city doesn’t have internet, you invent it.
Around 2010, a spider’s web of cables, antennas and computers began to grow around Havana, connecting thousands of people. When there was hardly any Internet in Cuba, the SNet became an alternative for those seeking new ways of getting information and communicating. It answered neither to telecommunications companies nor to the Cuban government. It was autonomous, proud and, in its best days, very united. Or so it seemed.
Find the English translation of “The Street Network” here. Or check out the Spanish transcript here.
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