Cuban Journalists Say Facebook Curbs Ability to Work

Police officers walk near the Havana Capitol, Nov. 15, 2021. The Cuban opposition planned to take to city streets that day to demand the release of political prisoners, but the Cuban government banned the demonstration.

Facebook has been accused of blocking independent journalists in Cuba from sharing posts as opposition groups have called for protests to continue against the island’s communist government.

The social media platform, whose parent company is now known as Meta, sends messages to journalists regularly, telling them that they cannot share messages, three different reporters told VOA. The journalists complain this prevents them from sharing information, which they say is crucial to their work.

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