Research on Digital Sovereignty
Development of country reports about Digital Sovereignty for the following 18 countries: Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden. The report emerged information concerning the 5G vendors of each country, the political arguments towards digital sovereignty,the innovation environment as well as educational aspects.
There is growing concern that the citizens, businesses and Member States of the European Union (EU) are gradually losing control over their data, over their capacity for innovation, and over their ability to shape and enforce legislation in the digital environment. Against this background, support has been growing for a new policy approach designed to enhance Europe’s strategic autonomy in the digital field. This would require the Union to update and adapt a number of its current legal, regulatory and financial instruments, and to promote more actively European values and principles in areas such as data protection, cybersecurity and ethically designed artificial intelligence (AI). This project aims to gather all the necessary information concerning Digital Sovereignty related to the fields of Governance, Technology and Education in the countries members of the EU.