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Social networking sites come to Cuba


A new ruling has made it easier for US companies to provide access to instant messaging, chat and social networking internet sites to Cuba.

It follows the Obama administration's easing of internet sanctions against Cuba, Iran, and Sudan to help boost free speech and information.

However for many Cubans, internet access remains limited and expensive.

Michael Voss reports from Havana.


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