brussels - The EU countries need to take a closer look at the internal digital market. There are still 35 proposals for updating existing Brussels legislation, over which governments do not make a decision. New investments in high-speed 5G networks in the EU, for example, remain behind. Europeans are now on hold.
With that criticism, EU Commissioner Andrus Ansip (Digital Market) presented a report on the state of the digital market on Wednesday in Brussels. He called on the Member States and the European Parliament to act in three areas that he considers to be priority.
'We need to make the infrastructure cyber safe, we need to develop a European data economy and we need to stimulate online platforms. These matters are crucial for the full development of digital society. A fast approach is needed for new jobs, businesses and innovation. '