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Switzerland Aims to Become World's 'Digital Safe'

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December 12, 2013
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In a massive underground bunker in a secret location in the Swiss Alps lies one of Switzerland's 55 data centres. Industry insiders predict the wealthy Alpine nation will soon be known as the world's data vault.


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Ecologists Using Drones in Fight Against Illegal Loggers

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Switzerland Launches First Mobile Robot to Help Travelers

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