Di­gi­tal de­mo­cra­cy and cy­ber­se­cu­ri­ty Es­to­nia to fol­low …(1)

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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).

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