He defended Cuba's "rational and efficient" use of the Internet, which puts computers in schools and government computer clubs while prohibiting home connections for most citizens and blocking many sites with anti-government material.
Can't have people criticizing their government, don'cha know, or freely reading other people who do. That might make Cuba more like, oh, I don't know, America?
Update: Some DUmmies -- well, one, really -- are defending Cuba's policy.
Some quotes from a DU-enizen (who, not unsurprisingly, uses an image of Che Guevara as his/her avatar):
The question of censorship is different. One must take into account the fact that the US is doing everything it can to bring down the Cuban system, which would suggest that such actions are not inappropriate.
They're trying to balance access (in schools no less, which is laudable) with the fact that the US government is doing everything it can to bring down the Cuban system, which includes working through misinformation.