Cuban Paper Slams US Cyber Warfare
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Havana, March 13 (KCNA) -- The Cuban newspaper Granma on March 8 carried an article denouncing the U.S. cyber warfare against Cuba.
The paper disclosed the fact that the U.S. smuggled satellite antennas and other equipment into Cuba to have secret internet connections in a bid to spread false rumors, create social instability and bring Cuba to collapse.
Recalling that the U.S. smuggled latest programs into Cuba to form networks not subject to government control and establish a system whereby digitalized files are transmitted and received, the paper went on: The U.S. is leaving no means untried to intensify the anti-Cuba campaign.
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