In our Vision for a Shared Digital Europe we identify key principles towards a democratic digital space that is diverse and supports communities and public values. These principles are: Enable Self-Determination, Cultivate the
In our vision for a Shared Digital Europe, which we published in April 2019, public and civic actors have an important role in safeguarding a digital space that is not dominated by market
This document summarises the efforts undertaken by Kennisland, Centrum Cyfrowe and Commons Network to develop a new vision for digital policymaking in Europe. To this end, we have created a new policy
Our public institutions are best placed to assure broad democratic civic participation on how our knowledge, science and culture are governed. They must be empowered to provide the public with online spaces that are protected from the surveillance practices of commercial platforms.
Decentralising our technological infrastructure is an approach that will increase Europe's technological sovereignty by reducing dependency on non-European technology providers. It is also a way to strengthen our democratic traditions and historic diversity.
By providing a networked public space, the Internet empowers people to engage in collaborative practices and knowledge sharing, thereby creating substantial economic value. And even more important, huge social value for all Europeans.