Digital Agenda for Europe
A Europe 2020 Initiative


Completing the digital single market would benefit EU consumers by on average €400 a year, some €200 billion Europe wide. The digital economy brings real benefits for consumers, but it also raises important questions about consumers’ rights online. This year’s Consumer Summit will focus on how we can ensure that consumers reap the full benefits from the digital sector. Read more
The agreement will enable the two organisations to work together in a more strategic and result-focused manner to help promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law in the EU Enlargement and Neighbourhood Regions based on the Council of Europe’s binding international conventions, monitoring bodies and assistance programmes. Read more
This is the final monitoring report in a series of four on the electronic communications and information society sectors in the nine countries that have been taking part in an ongoing process of the enlargement of the EU: Croatia, Iceland, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Kosovo*. The report covers the key market and regulatory developments between May 2013 and January 2014. It also assesses progress in these countries in aligning national ICT policies with the goals and priorities of the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE). The main analytical report is complemented by an annex on the cross-country data. Read more
European Parliament Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) committee, Brussels, 31 March 2014 Read more
This report proceeds in five chapters. The first proposes an updated central paradigm for trying to envision the digital world, this time of 2030, and summarises what are likely to be key features. The second updates observable trends in the evolution of the technologies and tools driving the digital revolution. The third turns to observable economic trends, and the fourth to political and social trends. Read more
Institut de Physique du Globe - 1 Rue Jussieu, 75005 Paris
This Info Day is the first public event within the charter of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) on High- Performance Computing (HPC). The Programme includes the PPP’s objectives, the European HPC strategy, and the Calls for Proposals related to HPC in the Work Programme 2014-2015 of the Excellent Science pillar of Horizon 2020 (Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) and e-infrastructures). Participants will also have an opportunity to familiarise themselves with new ideas for ecosystem related actions, share their ideas, or just present themselves and their expertise. Read more
From 08/06/2014 to 13/06/2014
In a few months, Dublin will become again the European Inno-Conferences Hub with the XXV ISPIM Innovation Conference and the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference taking place! Read more
In relation to chapter 10, the EU highlighted the importance it attaches to the protection of media freedom and media pluralism. Read more
On 27 March, HP announced it had been selected by the European Commission to coordinate the CoCo (confidential and compliant) Cloud project, which aims to ensure that users can share data in the cloud securely and privately share data. Read more