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February 11, 2016 3:30 AM

New era as Miami human rights group, Cuba joust over Internet logo

The Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba was surprised to see its trademark logo on a government portal

It sent a letter pointing out the problem to ETECSA, Cuba’s telecom company

ETECSA changed the logo and also responded on Twitter

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