First, The Lives of Others (full movie):
Since the Cuban Communists were trained by the Stasi, they have the tools Maduro wants:
a. Cuban Information Technology Penetration in Venezuela (emphasis added):
[In 2011,] The year after Valdes’ trip, El Nacional published a special edition detailing that the Venezuelan government had granted Albet S.A. the contract to provide and administer the software to manage SAIME’s functions. SAIME’s functions include creating and issuing electronic identification documents (ID cards and passports) and maintaining a civilian registry. The software also manages databases for:
• Public and private registries,
• Centers to analyze information,
• Educational software,
• Project “Alba Guardia” database which keeps track of oil rigs managed by PDVSA, Venezuela’s national oil company,
• The President’s communication office,
• Any information pertaining to the country’s prison, security, emergency and
hospital systems. 
It is particularly alarming that a non-Venezuelan company manages the country’s civilian registry and has the ability to issue personal identification documents. It does not only violate Venezuelan sovereignty but it exposes the personal information of every Venezuelan citizen to Cuban authorities.
According to El Nacional newspaper, last year the Castro regime exported over $3 billion in “security, citizens databases and communications interception software” to the Venezuelan government.
The transactions were conducted through Albet, a Cuban state-owned company linked to the University of Information Sciences (known as “UCI”), an entity created by Castro in 2002 to form the regime’s “cyber-warriors.”
The UCI is located at a “former” Soviet espionage and communications interception base.
A former Venezuelan government consultant recently described Albet as “a camouflage of Cuba’s G2.”
Ironically, Cuba maintains the lowest Internet connectivity rate in the Western Hemisphere and one of the lowest in the world.
But it’s #1 in control.
No wonder people are leaving, Cuba reports highest outflow of citizens since 1994