Electronic identification can be good for business
The European Commission says electronic personal identification can boost trust in online commerce and stimulate digital economy.
European governments have agreed to cooperate on electronic personal identification (eID) to improve access to public services across borders. Now the European Commission is making the business case for eID, arguing that it will increase trust in commercial transactions online, encourage cross-border digital trade and create new business opportunities.
Almost exactly ten years ago Edward Lucas took over Wi(l)der Europe, now it is time to say goodbye.
On World Health Day, Vytenis Andriukaitis, the European commissioner for health and food safety, makes the case for prioritising public health and food safety in the EU and sets out his game plan for the next five years.
A profile of the oldest MEP, who has made it his mission to avenge injustice and overcome the forces of oppression.
Greece has long been a politically divided country; now it is polarised. Yet on both left and right, Manolis Glezos is regarded as a hero, a symbol of resistance. A mere 71 years after ripping the Nazi Swastika from the Acropolis – an act that would instantly earn him a place in history – he has earned himself another place in the history books as the oldest elected member of the European Parliament: he is 92.
People & Places
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European Voice bids a fond farewell with a souvenir issue.
- Grappling with issues of identity
- Tales from what could have been ‘European Insights’
- Before the information revolution
If European Voice was starting out today, it would be given a different name.
The story behind the name European Voice.
How the world of news coverage has changed over the past 20 years.
- Watching a game of chess
- An arm’s-length relationship
- European Voice as a mirror
- In the eye of the financial storm
- Putting faces to European voices
- Entre Nous – not just froth
A former editor reflects on what attracts people to European politics?
How can you be present around the EU when purely based in Brussels?
European Voice strove to create a feeling of community among those busying themselves with the EU.
Tim Jones recalls the launch of European Voice and how it was received in Brussels.
Cartoonist Marco Villard has been illustrating European Voice's profiles since the very first edition.
Entre Nous often reported practices that might escape scrutiny from national media because the people were unknown or the issues too obscure.