The new regulation is to meet the need for predictable legal environment for electronic identification and confidence in the digital world in cross-border transactions. On the one hand, will ensure that citizens and businesses to use their electronic identity credentials to access public services, and eventually deprived, in other european countries. Moreover, address the barriers impeding have a single market in electronic services, ensuring confidence that have the same validity than comparable.
The new eu regulation in services and electronic identification of confidence.
10 march 2014
The european parliament, the council and commission have reached political agreement on the key elements of this new regulation, which constitutes an essential step towards achieving Único Digital Market.