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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 12-11-20

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Arrest for theft of personal data of 9 million persons
  • [02] Koukounaries archaeological site on Paros

  • [01] Arrest for theft of personal data of 9 million persons

    AMNA--A 35-year-old man has been arrested in a major case involving the theft of personal data of 9 million Greek citizens, after charges filed by the Personal Data Protection Authority, police said on Tuesday.

    According to information forthcoming from the police electronic crimes squad, the 35-year-old, who is employed in the marketing sector, had acquired personal data such as tax registration numbers, asset lists, names, addresses, etc. of nine million citizens, possibly via state services, and was selling the information to companies.amna

    Announcements on the case were expected later in the day by police.

    [02] Koukounaries archaeological site on Paros

    AMNA--Human presence on Paros island since the Neolithic Period has been revealed by finds brought to light during excavations in Koukounaries. "The finds date back to 5th millenium BC," said Dimitris Schilardi, who heads the excavations in Koukounaries.

    Speaking at a conference in the northern Greek city of Komotini on the theme of islands archaeology with emphasis on the smallest Aegean islands, Schilardi outlined the work that has taken place since the beginning of the year at the archaeological site of Koukounaries, which is situated in an exceptional area with view of Naoussa bay and next to the popular beach of Kolymbithres.amna

    A large number of painted ceramics and luxury objects made of copper and ivory were unearthed during excavations at the site.


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