So, where would you rather be a prisoner? Guantanamo?
Now, most of the detainees, upwards of 80%, live in groups. In return for good behavior, the detainees get more privileges.
They are even Skyping now, according to Lt. Col. Andrew McManus, who is the deputy commander at GTMO's joint detention group.
Some detainees, who are cleared for release at Camp Iguana, a light security camp which is home to the Uyghurs, have a Wii console. Play Station, board games and Nintendo are also available at Camp Four