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Title: ICT Coalition meeting of 30/06/2015 DG Communications Networks Content and Technology (CONNECT) M. Martra Unit G4, Inclusion, Skills, Youth


1
ICT Coalition meeting of
30/06/2015 DG Communications Networks Content
and Technology (CONNECT) M. Martra Unit G4,
Inclusion, Skills, Youth
2
CEF Regulation
  • CEF an instrument for providing financial
    support to trans-European networks
  • Three pillars
  • CEF-Transport
  • CEF-Energy
  • CEF-Digital
  • CEF-Digital is a programme for
  • Filling in the broadband gaps of the digital
    single market
  • Supporting innovation hubs in digital services
    (DSIs)

3
What is a Digital Service Infrastructure?
  • Digital services infrastructures provide
    trans-european interoperable online services for
    citizens, business and public administrations
  • Building block DSIs provide basic functionality
    and are reusable by application-specific DSIs,
    e.g. interoperability of eIDs, automated
    translation
  • DSIs such as eProcurement,
  • eHealth, Open Data, Business
  • mobility, Cultural Heritage,
  • Safer Internet for Children

4
Safer Internet service infrastructure for making
a better Internet for children
5
Objectives
  • The overall objective is to deploy services that
    help make the Internet a trusted environment for
    children through actions that empower and protect
    them online.
  • More specifically, the planned infrastructure
    will provide a platform to share resources,
    services and practices between national Safer
    Internet Centres (SICs) and their users,
    including industry.

6
Safer internet service infrastructure
DATABASE AND TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE TO SUPPORT
HOTLINE TRANSACTIONS AND THE REMOVAL OF ONLINE
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE MATERIAL
7
Actions in 2014
  • Set up, launch and operate a trans-European core
    platform for
  • creating and sharing resources and services for
    national Safer Internet Centres
  • providing an entry point for the public to access
    age-appropriate content and information about
    online safety for children
  • providing databases to support transactions for
    helplines (analysing and managing reports), and
    hotlines relating to the analysis, identification
    and removal of child sexual abuse material
  • Implementation
  • - a contractor will be tasked by the EC to
    provide the single entry point to online tools
    and resources through a Call for Tenders
  • Duration 18 months
  • Budget 2 million euro

8
Actions in 2014
  • Generic services Safer Internet Centres in the
    MS will expand national platforms to run a range
    of safer internet services providing
  • An awareness centre
  • Helpline
  • Hotline
  • Call for Proposals published on 30 April 2014, OJ
    C 131
  • Budget 9.7 million euro
  • Duration 18 months

9
SAVE THE DATES
  • SAFER INTERNET FORUM 2015
  • 28-29 October Luxembourg
  • SAFER INTERNET DAY 2016
  • 9th February
  • Better internet for kids, play your part!
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