EU commissioner in charge of new technologies Neelie Kroes presents the European Commission’s digital priorities for 2013 on December 18 at the EU headquarters in Brussels.(GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)
EU commissioner in charge of new technologies Neelie Kroes presents the European Commission’s digital priorities for 2013 on December 18 at the EU headquarters in Brussels.
(GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images)

Neelie Kroes, Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg and Europe’s Digital Battle Plan

December 24, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
How 70 percent of households were so quickly connected with broadband technology
 

On December 18, the European Commission unveiled its agenda for digital expansion through 2014. The goal is to breathe fresh air into the Continent’s sagging economy with job prospects in the millions.

The Commission is inviting greater venture capital in broadband and cloud technologies, redefining far-reaching perimeters in fields of e-governance, security and copyright.

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