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One of France's Richest People Admitted of Being a Spy When He Was a Teenager

A newspaper mogul ranked among France's richest 25 people has admitted he was a teenage spy who hacked the mobile phone of President Mitterrand.

Xavier Niel, 52, is the co-owner of Le Monde newspaper and the 21st richest person in France with an estimated fortune of €8 billion.

How Blockchain Can Help the Forex Market

This can mean a lot of different things: use by banking systems, more applications in everyday transactions, and so on. But it can also be tied to the potential for blockchain technology to be applied to investment markets. This is something that is already being discussed fairly commonly with regard to forex trading. In fact, it's even being implemented.

The ViruSafe App Can Now be Downloaded for Free

Starting today, every citizen can download the mobile application for free to share their health status with the National Operations Headquarters, health authorities and their GP. The idea is to collect data on people's health. The application will necessarily include data from patients with confirmed COVID-19, regardless of how the disease developed - whether the person recovered or died.

STS implements advanced mobile location tech for 112 emergency line

The Special Telecommunications Service (STS) has implemented an advanced mobile location (AML) technology solution that allows geographic tracking of calls made to the 112 emergency line, exclusively during the emergency call. "The solution was implemented by the Special Telecommunications Service (STS) jointly with mobile communications operators and in partnership with Google and Apple.

Computers, sculptures, dance gather at Odunpazarı Modern Museum

Eskişehir's Odunpazarı Modern Museum (OMM) hosts Karina Smigla-Bobinski's "Ada," an interactive kinetic sculpture and installation, welcoming the visitors to play with it. The opening of the exhibition and installation was presented with a performance by dancer Li Kehua on Feb. 15.

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