Digital democracy and cybersecurity Estonia to follow …(1)
European Union’s digital economy makes progress but brake on growth remains. Will European Union (EU) sets up a “digital Schengen”? To take Estonia as one’s model, it involves: identity papers, digital elections, tax authorities, business, bank, medical reports, web university
European Union strategy and digital economy
The successor of the Lisbonn Strategy, ‘Europe 2020’, is the European Union’s growth strategy for the coming decade. “In a changing world, we want the EU to become a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. These three mutually reinforcing priorities should help the EU and the Member States deliver high levels of employment, productivity and social cohesion”(2). Relationships between States and citizens can be improved by digital media and social networks (Twitter), in particular it comes within the framework of the population allying, publication of official texts (Estonia), debates (European Parliament, Great Britain) petitions (United States), Crowdfounding (France, Great Britain), communication with a minister (Quebec), digital vote (Estonia, United States),
In its context EU defines “ten measures” including “advices about non discriminatory access to the web, a new cost evaluation of high speed computer network, neutrality of Internet, public utility Each Member States adopts its national targets and funds mechanism for the European interconnection”(3).