The new regulation comes to satisfy the need for predictable legal environment for electronic identification and services of confidence in the digital world in cross-border transactions. On the one hand, will ensure that citizens and businesses can use their credentials of electronic identity to access public services, and eventually private, in other European countries. Furthermore, remove barriers to dispose of a single market in electronic services of confidence, ensuring that have the same legal value equivalents on paper.
The new regulation of the HAT in electronic identification and services of confidence closer.
10 March 2014
The European Parliament, the board and the committee have reached a political agreement on the fundamental elements of this new regulation, which constitutes an essential step towards the Digital Single Market.