EC tracks progress on Digital Agenda goals

Monday 18 June 2012 | 12:26 CET | News
The European Union is on track to meet some of its Digital Agenda goals, but more work is needed if all the targets are to be met, the European Commission said. The latest annual scorecard shows that of the 101 actions first proposed in 2010 under the Digital Agenda, 34 are complete, 52 are on track and 15 are delayed or at risk of delay. The region is near its target for universal broadband access, with 95 percent of households able to connect to broadband. Almost 70 percent of Europeans also use the internet at least once a week, versus a target of 75 percent by 2015. However, one in four

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