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The Internet and digital technologies are shaping our world by the day – it is no longer surprising that they reach every walk of life and cross every line of business.

However, the law is unable to keep pace with the rapid rate of technological development. According to data from the European Commission (EC), only 15 percent of Europeans shop online because of current regulations. Additionally, small online businesses wishing to trade in other European Union countries face extra costs of around 9,000 euros in order to adapt to national laws. The reason is simple: there is currently no Digital Single Market (DSM) in the EU.

Weiterlesen: #Switch on the European Digital Single Market

EU member states have approved a new EUR 131 million programme to help modernise European public administrations and provide interoperable digital services. The approval from the Committee of Permanent Representatives (Coreper) to the EU follows an agreement at the technical level with the European Parliament.

The latest round of the ISA programme, run by the European Commission, aims to ensure seamless electronic cross-border or cross-sector interaction between European public administrations. The previous ISA programme supported the creation of over 20 e-government solutions in use across the EU.

Weiterlesen: EU states approve new funding for e-govt interoperability

Is that the whiff of personal data flying through the electronic ether?

Sick of filling out online forms in triplicate for basic government services? So are EU officials.

The EU is to spend €131m to make eGovernment services in different countries “talk” to each other.

Ministers from member states, led by the Luxembourg presidency, and MEPs on Wednesday agreed to extend funding to the ISA² (Interoperability Solutions for European Public Administrations) programme to help public administrations provide interoperable digital services for citizens and businesses.

Weiterlesen: EU spaffs €131m on making gov digi services 'talk' to each other

Mobile operator association the GSMA has commended the European Commission’s announcement that the adoption of key implementing acts of the Electronic-identification and trust service (eIDAS) Regulation is now complete.

In a statement, the GSMA said that the European Union is the first and only region in the world to have a workable and balanced legal framework for cross-border use of electronic identification (eID) and trust services.

Weiterlesen: EU: GSMA welcomes implementation of Eidas regulation

Vast public consultations launched to guide new laws, so look forward to those

The European Commission on Friday launched two vast public consultations on internet speed and quality.

The so-called 360° review of telecoms and internet rules is open until December 7 and is seeking input from users, organisations, public bodies and businesses.

Weiterlesen: Euro Commission wants to pick your brains on telcos and net access

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