The European Parliament has passed a resolution urging the European Union to immediately table the 16 Digital Single Market initiatives announced by the European Commission last May.
The recommendations to boost the Digital Single Market were approved by 551 votes to 88, with 39 abstentions.
"We have ensured that this report on the digitisation of the EU economy, society and public administrations determines legislative and non-legislative action to benefit consumers and to preserve Europ...
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