Havana is a city of dreamers and dreams; of myths and fantasies, where “anything is possible”. But it is also a city that cannot escape a present guided by the dark forces of its past. In essence, Havana is a contradiction that represents the antithesis of the kind of nightmares imposed on it by its superpower adversary 90 miles away.
When an online service is free, you’re not the customer, you’re the product. Social media giants, Facebook and Google have created a digital equivalent of a Plantation Economy where the dominant corporations in search, social media and digital advertising limit the options of users simply by being essential due to their dominance, silencing online voices that threaten their models’ legitimacy under the guise of ‘fake news’.