Building online trust and confidence: Electronic signatures, seals and trust services now valid throughout EU
From 1st July, people, businesses and public administrations will be able to carry out convenient, secure and legally valid electronic transactions across borders. EU rules on electronic signatures, electronic seals, time stamps, electronic delivery service and website authentication, as well as electronic documents apply directly across the 28 Member States. For example, an electronic signature will be recognised in the same way as a written one, across the EU. Cross-border digital transactions will be more convenient and more secure in a Digital Single Market.
Commission prepares the ground for the end of roaming charges in June 2017
The European Commission has adopted a proposal to set maximum wholesale roaming charges at € 0.04/min, € 0.01/SMS and € 0.0085/MB in the EU. This is important to prepare the end of roaming charges for consumers set for 15 June 2017.
Have your say on the coordinated introduction of 5G networks in Europe
The European Commission has opened a consultation seeking views from industry representatives involved in 5G technologies.