Salvi Pascual, who immigrated from Cuba just five years ago, is well aware of the difficulties Cubans on the island face to connect with the outside world.
So he devised a round-about way for those without service to access the Internet.
"In Cuba, Internet access is minimal," said the 30-year-old entrepreneur and founder of HeyCuba.org. "However, more than 2.6 million Cubans have an email account."
Those figures prompted Pascual to create an email service that allows people on the island to obtain information available online via email. The result: Apretaste, an innovative platform that allows web browsing using email service.
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