For a quick summary of recent repression in Cuba, I always turn to a Twitter list I curate, https://twitter.com/#!/marcmasferrer/cubadissidents, which includes tweets from independent journalists, human rights activists and other dissidents on the island. I wouldn't claim it's comprehensive, but I do think it provides a good snapshot of what Cuban freedom fighters are talking about and reporting at any given moment.
For instance, tonight you will learn that activist Eriberto Lirianza was arrested today after he visited the U.S. Interest Section in Havana. (From the best I can tell, there has been no protest from the Americans.)
And you will learn that political prisoner Andry Frometa, on hunger strike at the Combinando del Guantanamo prison, has been severely beaten by guards.
Just another day, just just another night in Castro's Cuba.
But with the help of Twitter and other technologies, the regime every day is less able to cover up the truth about what is happening.