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World’s first data embassy will increase the security of data coming from the technologically advanced Baltic nation.
Policies put in place at the time of its 2004 EU accession might explain Tallinn’s success in avoiding large population drop-offs similar to those faced by its fellow Baltic neighbors.
After a slow start, the ride-hailing service Taxify is taking on Uber in 20 countries.
Estonia has accused or convicted a half-dozen people of spying for Russia since 2015, and now Moscow follows suit.
Number of conscripts per year to increase to 4,000 – months after a bill to expand female involvement in military service was signed into law.
People in the Baltic country are experiencing the downside of life in one of the world’s most digitized societies.
The wired-up Baltic republic recently gave the green light to driverless vehicles, which could soon acquire legal identities.
The host country has Europe’s highest overdose death rate, although Europe’s opioid problem is dwarfed overall by the drug plague sweeping North America.
The wired-up Baltic nation could become the first to have its own digital currency.
A project to restore large tracts of dried-out bog could help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.