Estonian plan for 'data embassies' overseas to back up government databases

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Data-hosting plan driven by fear of Russian invasion or cyber attack

Estonia is planning to open "data embassies" overseas to back up government databases and to operate government "in the cloud". The aim is partly to improve efficiency, but driven largely by fear of...

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