Trump’s Biggest Cuba Deal

 

Cargo unloading at Mariel, Cuba. Photo: Dennis Arce López

Sue Ashdown

Back in the early years of the publicly available internet I used to spend a lot of time fighting telecom companies. Starting at my own state capitol and then moving on to Washington DC, I spent so much time at the FCC that I might have qualified for a rapid entry pass, if there were such a thing. This was back when net neutrality meant something besides giant oligopolies fighting amongst themselves to create the ultimate walled garden. The thousands of small entrepreneurs who first brought Americans online were the first casualty of Washington’s policy neglect and indifference in that era and it is still painful for me to contemplate their losses. Continue reading “Trump’s Biggest Cuba Deal”