Report: U.S. Built Secret ‘Cuban Twitter’ To Stir Political Unrest

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Report: U.S. Built Secret ‘Cuban Twitter’ To Stir Political Unrest

According to a new report, the U.S. Agency for International Development secretly built a Twitter-like social media platform to undermine the communist government in Cuba, a site that attracted 40,000 Cuban users who had no idea they were giving personal information to a program built by U.S. feds. What do you think?

  • “It’s the Cubans’ own fault. Who just blindly gives over all their personal information to some social network?”

    Barry Wasserman
    Furniture Reseller
  • “Oh please. My tweets have been fomenting Cuban revolution for years.”

    Megan Campelia
    Program Coordinator
  • “I love it when we meddle.”

    Colton Arroyo
    Ticket Vender