In Pictures: The biggest Internet security challen...
An Internet user surfs the 'Net at a branch of the state-run telecommunications company, ETECSA, in Havana. Cuba began offering broader Internet access through 118 outlets around the country, according to a decree in the government's Official Gazette, in a step long awaited by many Cubans. The decree made clear that the new Internet access would be closely monitored, warning users it could not be used to "endanger or prejudice public security, or the integrity and sovereignty of the nation."
In Pictures: The biggest Internet security challenges of 2013