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On 27 September 2018 the Council adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

The Council today adopted a regulation setting up a single digital gateway. This follows an agreement reached with the European Parliament in June. The new gateway will provide access to online information and procedures, assistance and problem solving services to individuals and companies.

Weiterlesen: Single Digital Gateway Regulation adopted by Council: better online access to information and...

European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel here on Friday said ensuring cyber security and developing IT skills are crucial for the digitalization of the European Union (EU).

"Security is a top priority for European citizens, but digitization adds one more dimension to it -- cyber security," Gabriel said while addressing a conference on e-government.

Weiterlesen: Cyber security, IT skills crucial for EU's digitalization: commissioner

Two more agreements on the digital domain were concluded within the framework of the Estonian presidency of the Council of the European Union last week.

During a meeting of envoys in Brussels, the presidency was unanimously authorized to continue developing the principles necessary for the free movement of non-personalized data, spokespeople for the Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications said on Wednesday.

Weiterlesen: EU: 2 more agreements on digital field concluded under Estonian presidency of EU

The European Parliament and Member States have come to a political compromise to put the radio frequency spectrum on the ultra-fast 5G Internet by 2020, writes The Brussels Times, quoted by Focus.

The European Commission wants to use the agreement reached to start the development of super-fast internet in Europe. They have agreed to launch radio frequencies from 2020 and provide 20-year licenses to help businesses with more investment security and closer coordination on licensing procedures.

Weiterlesen: The EU is a Step Away from the Development of the 5G Network

European telecom ministers agreed earlier this month on a joint roadmap for the development of 5G networks.

Although the Council is eager to frame it as a detailed action plan, it really represents a missed opportunity, as it is essentially a roadmap without any recognition of what is truly necessary to follow through - namely, a coordinated and harmonised rolling out of key spectrum bands across Europe, along with long term commitments to investment certainty.

Weiterlesen: Enough with EU's empty words on 5G

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