The internet and digital technologies are transforming our world; but existing barriers online mean citizens miss out on goods and services, internet companies and startups have their horizons limited, and businesses and governments cannot fully benefit from digital tools. Therefore, the European Commission launched the Digital Single Market in May 2015. Since then, the Commission has delivered on 16 key measures, presenting 35 proposals and policy initiatives in total. Having reached the middle of its mandate, it is now time to review the progress of the Digital Single Market strategy. This video shows the key areas where progress has been made and co-legislators’ actions are needed. The review also identifies 3 areas where further EU action is needed: (1) to develop the European Data Economy to its full potential, (2) to protect Europe's assets by tackling cybersecurity challenges, and (3) to promote the online platforms as responsible players of a fair internet ecosystem.