Google search engine came in peace at a meeting of newspaper editors and executives from around the world in India on Thursday, but was soon involved in a battle over Internet copyrights.
Although Google has a rule on Cuba, Zeitgeist seems to escape the Caribbean islands offer their results, "the official newspaper of the Communist Party's youth organization Cuba said Thursday.
The information provider based in the United States has also prevented Cubans access to Google Earth, Google Desktop, Google Code, Google Toolbar and Google Chrome, Juventud Rebelde, he said.
"It seems that for Google, which according to its creators, is designed to provide mass access to information, the Cubans do not count," Juventud Rebelde, not to mention the many restrictions that the Cuban government in access areas Internet.
Google announced Tuesday that would allow publishers to set a limit on the number of items that people can read for free through its search engine, and the next day launched a "news crawl specific online media, which automatically provides stories, pictures or video output index.