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POLICY AND LEGISLATION |
A trusted and secure European e-ID - Evaluation of the Regulation

Report from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on the evaluation of Regulation (EU) No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS)

NEWS ARTICLE |
Join, Boost, Sustain: the European way of digital transformation in cities and communities

In times when cities are looking to digital solutions to tackle a growing range of interconnected challenges, a number of organisations representing European cities have recently taken the initiative to find a common ‘European way’ for the digital transformation of sustainable cities and communities by ensuring data and technological sovereignty in the European Union. The European Commission and the Committee of the Regions support the initiative.

PRESS RELEASE |
Countering illegal hate speech online – EU Code of Conduct ensures swift response

The fourth evaluation on the EU Code of Conduct shows that this Commission initiative delivers successful results. IT companies are now assessing 89% of flagged content within 24 hours and 72% of the content deemed to be illegal hate speech is removed, compared to 40% and 28% respectively when the Code was first launched in 2016. However, companies need to improve their feedback to users.

DIGIBYTE |
Cross-border digital identification for EU countries: Major step for a trusted Digital Single Market

As of 29 September, the EU-wide legislation on the electronic identification (eIDAS Regulation) will enter into force enabling cross-border recognition of the electronic ID and allowing citizens and business to share their identity data when necessary. People will be able to use their electronic ID (eID) such as ID cards, driver licenses, bank cards and fill tax returns online, access medical records and online public services across the EU.

NEWS ARTICLE |
The #SaferInternet4EU Campaign

The new #SaferInternet4EU campaign aims to foster digital culture among children and young people

REPORT / STUDY |
Study on how to continue providing reusable capabilities for digital public services

The Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) provides basic capabilities that can be reused in any European project to facilitate the delivery of digital public services across borders and sectors. As the CEF programme comes to an end in 2020, it needs to be considered how these basic capabilities can be sustained in the long-term. This study assesses the most relevant and credible solutions to continue providing such capabilities.

FACTSHEET / INFOGRAPHIC |
A Europe that protects: Countering illegal content online

The Juncker Commission made security a top priority from day one. It is the most basic and universal of rights to feel safe in your own home or when walking down the street. Europeans rightly expect their Union to provide that security for them – online and offline. The Commission has taken a number of actions to protect Europeans online – be it from terrorist content, illegal hate speech or fake news.