Kroes wil betere digitale toekomst Europa

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14 oktober 2010 | "Too much of our unique wealth of cultural resources is hidden treasure." Neelie Kroes sprak op de Universiteit Gent over de ambities van de digitale agenda van de Europese Commissie. “Whether it is for remembering, learning, or simply relaxing, our audio-visual archives should remain available to everyone forever."

Neelie Kroes, vice-president van de Europese Commissie,verantwoordelijk voor de digitale agenda, heeft op de UniversiteitGent een speech gehouden bij de opening van de conferentie’Audiovisual Archives in the 21st Century’. Kroes: “The Commissionhas developed its vision in a strategic policy, that we call theDigital Agenda: we want every European to get connected. But at theend of the day, the Digital Agenda is about people and their sociallife and their culture, for Internet is probably the most powerfultool of our time to build our culture, and share it. But what doesthis mean?”

U leest haar volledige speech hier.

The Commission has developed its vision in a strategic
policy, that we call the Digital Agenda: we want every
European to get connected. But at the end of the day, the
Digital Agenda is about people and their social life andtheir
culture, for Internet is probably the most powerful tool ofour
time to build our culture, and share it

 


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