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View the full list When US President Barack Obama made his historic March 2016 visit to Havana, Cuban expectations of better times to come were high.
Just like online dating before it, dating apps started out as a bit of a dirty secret – how many Tinder profiles joke that they’ll want to lie about how you met?
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What is derailing Cuba’s much-anticipated reform course? Arguably it’s factors such as internet access – and not in fact the death of Fidel – that will have the most impact on the speed of change in Cuba.‘People are not used to this in Cuba – being interviewed – they will find it strange’, my guide Alexis* warns me when I ask him to help me approach random women in the park to talk about the internet.Apparently, after 638 failed assassination attempts, it was my holiday that jinxed it. And is being able to access the internet so easily a good or a bad thing? Living online is something that has become so second nature back home that despite the things that worry me about the internet I take it for granted and I'm not sure I could live without it.