The headline, "US secretly created 'Cuban Twitter' to stir unrest" of a rather complete article by AP,
US AID, the guilty party, is promoting what they believe to be a fundamental right of every citizen, namely 'free speech', including the freedom to criticize their government without penalty. They sure took a sneaky (clever) route to get to the Cubans.
Now 'free speech' is being redefined to include money in political elections by the U.S. Supremes. All common means of communicating with the public today, except the internet, cost money. 'Free speech' was understood as being necessary for an informed democracy. Is technology - which can be used to spy on us - also saving & promoting democracy today, giving people back their right to self-determination?