Europe's Digital Agenda
The Digital Agenda is Europe's strategy for a flourishing digital economy by 2020. It outlines policies and actions to maximise the benefit of the Digital Revolution for all.
To achieve these goals, the Commission will work closely with national governments, concerned organisations and companies. An annual Digital Assembly will bring stakeholders together to assess progress and emerging challenges.Digital Agenda for Europe Communication (full text)
Las acciones planeadas se organizan en los siguientes grupos
- Digital Single Market
- Interoperability and Standards
- Trust and Security
- Very Fast Internet
- Research and Innovation
- Enhancing e-skills
- ICT for Social Challenges
Podéis tambien ver las acciones planteadas.. de las que aquí teneis algunas reseñadas;
- Action 1: Simplifying pan-European licensing for online works
- Action 2: Preserving orphan works and out of print works
- Action 3: Oblige public bodies to give access to public sector information
- Action 4: Wide stakeholder debate on further measures to stimulate a European online content market
- Action 5: Simplifying the distribution of creative content
- Action 6: Protecting intellectual property rights online
- Action 7: Fix a date for migration to Single European Payment & eInvoicing
- Action 8: Revision of the eSignature directive
- Action 9: Updating the eCommerce Directive
- Action 10: Member States to implement laws to support the digital single market
- Action 11: Member States to transpose the VAT Directive
- Action 12: Review the EU data protection rules
- Action 13: Complementing the Consumer Rights Directive
- Action 14: Explore the possibilities for Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Action 15: Consult the stakeholders on collective redress
- Action 16: Code of EU online rights
- Action 17: Stakeholder platform for EU online trustmarks
- Action 18: Harmonisation of numbering regimes
- Action 19: Spectrum Policy plan
- Action 20: Investigate the cost of non-Europe in the telecoms market
- Action 101: Roaming
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Posted by Wout van Wijk, DG INFSO, Project Officer ‘Trust and Security’
For a fruitful implementation of the Digital Agenda for Europe’s pillar on Research and Innovation, we are dependent on a strong and unified ICT scientific society. The following study provides the necessary tools to build one.
The final report of the study: “The Role and Impact of Professional and Scientific Societies in ICT Research, Education and Innovation”(1) is available online.
The study examines the current situation and the dynamics of the ICT societies in Europe, and proposes strategies to help overcome ICT society fragmentation, increasingly seen as a major bottleneck to their future development and their impact on research, innovation and policy-making. The study also created and developed an online inventory describing 442 societies throughout Europe to be used as a reference tool.
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1st Digital Agenda Assembly a success thanks to your contribution and feedback. The Digital Agenda now going local.August 3rd, 2011
— Posted by “The DAA and Going Local Organising Team”
The 1st Digital Agenda for Europe (DAA11, Brussels, 16-17 June 2011) surpassed expectations, with more than 1600 participants onsite and many contributions online. Thank you very much to all those that contributed in one way or another.
- DAA11 recordings and results are available online.
- Much feedback was received about the event itself, which is summarised in the ‘First Digital Agenda Assembly – Report of activity’.
Already during DAA11 many suggestions were made onsite and on twitter about aspects to improve. Soon after DAA11, an assessment form was e-mailed to participants and an online feedback forum was launched. 45 ideas were submitted in this forum, 190 people commented and voted. DAA11 organisers replied to most comments, others didn’t call for a response. The answers to the most voted suggestions are:
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Fuente: [comisión europea]