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USAID Wants To Correct The Facts On Cuban Twitter: For Example, It Actually Had More Users!

USAID claims that the report revealing their use of Twitter with regard to Cuba had a number of factual errors and it would like to set the record straight.
USAID Wants To Correct The Facts On Cuban Twitter: For Example, It Actually Had More Users!

Via Techdirt:

It took a while, but the folks at USAID have finally responded to last week's AP story about how it created a Cuban version of Twitter, thus confirming every crackpot theory out there about how USAID is actually a wing of the CIA. In response, USAID claims that the report had a number of factual errors and it would like to set the record straight. Of course, none of the "facts" it adds seems to change the underlying story. It insists that the program was legal and not "covert" even if no one knew about it:


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