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Google still blocked, despite company officials' visit: Cuba

Executive Chairman of Google Eric Schmidt speaks in Hong Kong on November 4, 2013Much of Google remains off limits to Internet users in Cuba, despite a recent visit here by top executives from the popular site, state-run media complained on Wednesday. Google’s executive chairman Eric Schmidt paid a two-day visit to the Americas’ only communist-run country last week along with three other officials from the company, which has been accused by Havana of “scandalously” blocking some of its services. The paper said that the viral excitement that the visit generated had less to do with the executives than the fact that Cuba was “one of the few nations in the world where a good part of the country can’t get access to the Internet giant.” This was because Cuba is “subject to the unjust laws of the US blockade,” it said.

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