Cuba Legalizes Private Wi-Fi and Router Imports

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Cuba has legalized private Wi-Fi networks and the importation of routers into the country. The many Cubans who had been running illegal data networks from their homes can now apply for a license. In the past, Cuba has ranked as one of the least-connected places in the world, a status which is rapidly changing as the country gains inter-connectivity. On Wednesday, Cuba’s Ministry of Communications (Mincom) announced new regulations to allow wired or wireless private networks for the transfer of data and the legal importation of network equipment such as routers and servers from outside the country. By the end of July, people will be able legally to go online with their own computers and phones and share signals with others. Etecsa, the telecom giant…




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