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Topic - Jose Luis Antunez
Cuban bloggers and tweeters talked tech in Havana on Thursday at a Spanish-organized forum promoting social media in one of the world's most unplugged nations, prompting accusations from state-run media of an attempt to foment subversive activities.
"Click Festival is a technological event that aspires to spread the world about the use of new technologies here in Cuba," said Spaniard Jose Luis Antunez, one of the organizers. "It's an apolitical event, although it may have some links, and above all we want people of all ideological stripes to attend."