Cuban Youth Build Secret Computer Network Despite Wi-Fi Ban

Cut off from the Internet, young Cubans have quietly linked thousands of computers into a hidden network that stretches miles across Havana, letting them chat with friends, play games and download hit movies in a mini-replica of the online world that most can't access.

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On Appeal

  • 4th DCA Tackles Stand Your Ground, Once Again

    By Noreen Marcus

    Attorney Bruce Zimet, a stand your ground expert, said courts struggle with stand your ground because of the drafting of the law. "What in the world is 'unlawful activity'? It's not defined," Zimet said.

  • Judicial Fundraising Case Recalls Florida's Corrupt Past

    By Noreen Marcus

    Former reporter Martin Dyckman, whose book is a key part of the judicial fundraising case, said, "Anything we can do to put some kind of fire wall between the judge and the hustling of money is not only right but necessary."

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Special Reports

  • People of the Year for 2014

    By Review staff

    Welcome to South Florida, 2014. As in most years, celebrities left their marks. Here are 25 of the most interesting celebrity cases of the year.

  • The 10th Annual Most Effective Lawyers 2014

    Most Effective Lawyers recognizes the good work performed by those in the DBR’s largest reader group, South Florida lawyers. So much is written all year long—positive, not so positive and neutral. This is the time to focus on the positive.

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