The Digital Agenda website is managed by the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG Connect).
How this site will evolve
As this site is launched, each section brings together the latest relevant news, funding opportunities, publications and more from the Digital Agenda Newsroom, and posts from the Digital Agenda Blog. Projects from the relevant EC funding programmes will appear next.
Currently, each section also has a single 'About' page pointing to other Commission websites where more detailed information can be found. Many of these websites will be archived over the coming months as the above sections are filled out.
While there is one overall Digital Agenda Facebook page and Twitter account, finally, many sections also have their own voice on social media.
Get Involved sets out how to interact with us.
The point of this website is interaction, not brochureware - if you are interested enough to be visiting this site, you are more than welcome to join us in building it.
For any general purpose, have a look at contact details of the DG Connect. For specific topics, most pages have a Contact link in the right column that sends a notification to the correct person.
The information on this site is subject to Europa's disclaimer, copyright notice and rules related to personal data protection.
Please note, for now, that:
- any personal data collected is only for used by managers of the electronic services in question;
- this data is not transmitted or published by us;
- this data can always be accessed, edited and deleted by the user;
- only general statistics which do not contain personal data will be shared with other European Institutions;
- users have the right to have recourse at any time.
Web Accessibility (WCAG 2.0 compliance)
Many Internet users can find websites difficult to use due to the way they have been designed. We recognise that this is an important issue and keep the site under constant review in order to ensure that the Digital Agenda for Europe website is accessible in accordance with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
If, despite our efforts to make this website adhere to these guidelines, you come across a page which you find difficult to use, please please let us know.
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