Building on the substantive work that have been done already to foster innovation in the EU, the New European Innovation Agenda aims to accelerate the development and scaling up of innovation across the Union through a coherent set of actions.
The Commission welcomes the adoption by the European Parliament of the Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act, proposed by the Commission in December 2020.
The new improved Roaming regulation enters into force on 1 July 2022
At the Digital Assembly, held on 21 and 22 June in Toulouse, the European Commission and the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union have organised a session on continued support for Ukraine's digital sector.
The Commission launched this week the second Women TechEU call, following the successful pilot. This year, up to 130 deep-tech start-ups led by women will qualify for funding and business acceleration services to grow into tomorrow’s female tech leaders.
Tomorrow, Commissioner for Internal Market, Thierry Breton, will participate online in the annual Digital Assembly, the occasion to discuss and exchange views amongst experts, administration and industry representatives, researchers and other digital policy stakeholders.
The Commission welcomes the publication of the strengthened Code of Practice on Disinformation.
The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking has announced that Bull SAS (Atos) won the procurement of the MareNostrum 5, a new European world-class supercomputer.
Five new sites for the next generation of European supercomputers were announced, following the related selection procedure.
Today, at a dedicated event, the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking inaugurated its latest supercomputer: LUMI, located in Kajaani, Finland.
Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President for a Europe Fit for the Digital Age, and Margaritis Schinas, Vice-President responsible for the Security Union are participating in the International Cybersecurity Forum that is taking place in Lille, France until tomorrow 9 June.
The Commission has just adopted a Decision authorising the national regulatory authority of Ukraine responsible for electronic communications to participate in the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) and the BEREC Office, which is the agency supporting BEREC.
The Commission has published a €4.1 million call to monitor and defend media freedom and pluralism, financed through Creative Europe.
The Commission has published the last set of reports of the COVID-19 monitoring programme, providing insight about actions taken by platforms, signatories of the Code of Practice on Disinformation, to limit disinformation on the pandemic.
At the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, which concluded on Saturday 28 May, the EU-supported film “Triangle of Sadness”, by Ruben Östlund, was the big winner of the night: it has received the prestigious Palme d'Or as well as the CST Technical Award for best Artiste-Technician.
Today, the Commission is launching MediaInvest, a new financing tool to boost Europe's audiovisual industry.
The European Commission has sent reasoned opinions to Romania and Slovenia asking to communicate information about how EU rules on open data and the reuse of public sector data (Directive EU 2019/1024, referred to as the Open Data directive) are transposed in national law.
The European Commission has decided to refer Czechia, Ireland, Romania, Slovakia and Spain , to the Court of Justice of the European Union over the failure to transpose the revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive (“AVMSD”, Directive (EU) 2018/1808), with a request to impose financial sanctions in accordance with Article 260(3) TFEU.
The Commission has decided to send reasoned opinions to Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia and Finland over their failure to notify the Commission of transposition measures on copyright and related rights applicable to certain online transmissions (EU Directive 2019/789).
On the Global Accessibility Awareness Day, the Commission has published the results for the public consultation on the review of the Web Accessibility Directive.