The European Court of Auditors has today published an Audit Brief on the EU’s plans for the provision of broadband services in Europe. Audit Briefs are a new type of publication from the EU auditors. They provide background information based on preparatory work undertaken before the start of an ongoing audit task and are published following the announcement of the audit. They are designed as a source of information for those interested in the policy and/or programmes being audited.
Roundup of all the initiatives, press releases and other documents related to digital policy announced in President Juncker’s State of the Union speech.
View in one post all the proposals that form part of the announcements Commission President Juncker made in today’s State of the Union.
The European Parliament gave the green light this afternoon to waste 120 million euros of taxpayers’ money to provide up to 8,000 “free” Wi-Fi stations across the EU. Flemish MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt, chair of the parliament’s internal market committee and who followed the proposals for the ECR Group, has continually opposed the new scheme that amounts to nothing more than a vanity project from the European Commission that will cost taxpayers millions.