During the reactors operational life, a total of 47,078 gallons of radioactive liquid waste was discharged into the icecap.
Not so cool.
Anyway, Spain is a country with large rural areas, but the broadband is nearly ubiquitous.
Drawings, memos, invoices... all of these were paper 30 years ago, and they got stacked in a warehouse. A fire was a real threat, but what can you do? The original was the original, and a copy of an invoice doesn't have the same valor than the true original (you can see the culture of the original in all its glory in courts, where I've seen a judge ask for the true original email sent to prove the copy wasn't tampered).
Nowadays people still work the same ways. Tradition has a lot of inertia, and doing backups is not part of that tradition.
Judges don't give a shit about what other country's judges say.
You're not spanish, or if you are, you're in denial. Spain had our laws and constitution stomped a week ago and nobody gave a damn. Had our worker rights ripped apart and nobody gave a damn. Our politics are a wealthy elite and the crisis don't touch them, but nobody-give-a-damn!
BUT, if you touch a local soccer team or closes music or video downloads, hell breaks loose.
This is Spain, and that's the reality in Spain.