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Inventing, recycling, and deploying technologies -- Media technologies and "Cuban democracy" -- Tourism and the social ramifications of media technologies -- Film culture in the digital millennium -- Digital communities and the pleasures of technology.
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Digital Dilemmas views Cuba from the Soviet Union's demise to the present, to assess how conflicts over media access play out in their both liberating and repressive potential. Drawing on extensive scholarship and interviews, Cristina Venegas questions myths of how Internet use necessarily fosters global democracy and reveals the impact of new technologies on the country's governance and culture, including film in the context of broader media history, as well as artistic practices such as digital art and networks of diasporic communities connected by the Web.
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