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Every European Digital N. Kroes
Why? from ICT as interesting to ICT as hugely important
To whom? Patients Consumers Workers Doctors SMEs Artists Authors Musicians Environment Researchers Elderly Disabled
Digital Single Market online access to legal content 50% shop online 20% buy cross-border
Openness and interoperability Recognize and create more and better standards in Europe Make better use of these standards Ensure interoperability even in absence of standards
Online trust and security identity theft privacy concerns cybercrime spam cybercrime centre computer emergency response teams low trust= low use
Internet for all 2020 2013 100% coverage of 30Mbps 100% internet coverage 50% households take-up of 100Mbps
ICT research and innovation double investment to 11 bn light & fast measures to access Funds Coordination
Digital inclusion get more people online now 2015 now 2015 now 2015 regular use disadvantaged never used eSkills training 60% 75% 41% 60% 30% 15%
Digital public services EU citizens use eGovernment Member States have online cross-border public services ALSO: EU citizens access eHealth online 50% 100%
European Council Digital Agenda Assembly Digital Agenda Scoreboard Governance Member States European Parliament Yearly DAE Communication stakeholders
Achieving the targets Team up collaborate join forces YOUR support and guidance essential!
Be part of it Send us your ideas at http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/ digital-agenda/survey / http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/ digital-agenda/survey /
Thank you! Questions? Digital Agenda for Europe http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda
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