The Digital Single Market aims to create the right conditions for digital networks and services to flourish. High-speed, secure and trustworthy infrastructures and services will be supported by the right regulatory conditions.
The Digital Single Market strategy seeks to allow better access for consumers and business to online goods and services across Europe. This will remove the key differences between online and offline worlds, to break down barriers to cross-border online activity.
The Digital Single Market denotes the strategy of the European Commission to ensure access to online activities for individuals and businesses under conditions of fair competition, consumer and data protection, removing geo-blocking and copyright issues.
Between 2013 and 2017, the Community of Practice for better self- and co-regulation (the CoP) pilot project looked at the role of self- and co-regulation (SRCR) in the policy process, gathering stakeholders interested in sharing experiences and testing the "Principles for better self- and co-regulation".
These pages provide an outline of the CoP's work and access to its key outputs.
The European Commission consults stakeholders on a number of policy subjects. On this page you can find detailed information about public and targeted consultations related to the Digital Single Market strategy.
The main task of the Advisory Groups is to give advice to the Commission services on relevant H2020 objectives and scientific, technological and innovation priorities as well as on broader policies issues related to the Digital Agenda for Europe.