Tuesday, March 31, 2015

$5 million for text messages, programming

The U.S. government on March 27 awarded $654,726 to the Maryland company that designed and operates Piramideo, a social network aimed at sending millions of text messages to Cuba.
The Broadcasting Board of Governors has paid Washington Software a total of $5,058,354.92 since July 1, 2011.
The BBG, which oversees the Office of Cuba Broadcasting, hired the company to send email and text messages to Cuba.
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