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Eurostat sttistics on the internet users in the EU

Eurostat 2018

27.8.2021 – In the EU in 2020, 75% of those aged 16 to 74 that used the internet in the previous 3 months read online news sites, newspapers, and news magazines, while 74% watched internet-streamed TV or videos. The shares were lower for listening to music (61%) and playing or downloading games (34%). The Netherlands [...]

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The winning teacher

zmagovalna učiteljica

27.11.2018 – As part of the campaign # SaferInternet4EU, the European Commission has announced the winners of the competition for online safety, media literacy and online hygiene. In the category of teachers, Nina Jelen and Podkum Elementary School Ivana Skvarče won the first place for their “Traveling around the World” project. The classroom was turned [...]

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Erasmus+ goes virtual


15.3.2018 – Erasmus+, one of the EU’s iconic and most successful programmes, today adds an online version to its mobility actions, to link more students and young people from European countries and the Southern neighbourhood of the EU. The European Commission has today launched Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, a project to promote intercultural dialogue and improve [...]

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Commission steps up efforts to tackle illegal content online

illegal content

28.9.2017-The Commission presented today guidelines and principles for online platforms to increase the proactive prevention, detection and removal of illegal content inciting hatred, violence and terrorism online.The increasing availability and spreading of terrorist material and content that incites violence and hatred online is a serious threat to the security and safety of EU citizens. It [...]

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Use of internet advertising by enterprises

vir: European commission

In the last 15 years,the internet has redefined the output of traditional broadcast media — television and radio — as well as print media, such as magazines and newspapers. It offers a number of new or extended services, particularly in marketing and advertising.However, while around three-quarters of enterprises located in the European Union (EU) and [...]

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EU rules to slash broadband installation costs


EU ambassadors meeting as the Council’s ‘Coreper’ group endorsed a political agreement reached between the European Parliament, Commission and Council. The draft EU Directive is based on broadband cost reduction as civil engineering, such as the digging up of roads to lay down fiber broadband, accounts for up to 80% of the cost of deploying [...]

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