A woman enters a video projection dome in the shape of an igloo, installed by Estonia within an Eurogroup meeting at the European Union headquarters in Brussels on July 10, 2017. AFP / JOHN THYS
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Cyber-savvy Estonia has taken yet another step forward in global technology, as the small Baltic state is set to open the world's first data embassy in Luxembourg early next year.The heavily protected server room will contain important Estonian e-government data, so that the NATO and eurozone member can access it even when systems are down at home. After five decades of Soviet rule ended in 1991, Estonia opted to go hi-tech as fast as possible, and still outstrips other members of the European Union, which it joined in 2004 .Though there is a consulate in Luxembourg, Estonia's ambassador to Luxembourg and Belgium lives in Brussels.
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