beta Discussing the Digital Government Declaration

[...] This decline in trust is important. It is seriously threatening free trade, the foundations of democracy, the unity of Europe and possibly world peace.
Marijn Janssen
Cybersecurity can be emphasized better from the start as one of the top priorities for data exchange
Marijn Janssen, 05/06/2017 15:37
Rufo Guerreschi
If we want e-government to responsibly develop in Europe, we need to stop the outright lying about the level of confindetiality and integrity that eIDAS, and the like sof Estonia e-Residency solutions, provide in the current threat landscape, and get to work to build reasonably trustworthy techs for all.
Rufo Guerreschi, 06/06/2017 16:34
katarzyna szkuta
I agree with Marijn that the economic crisis, decline of trust (legitimisation crisis of nat/panEuropean institutions) should be coupled with the mention of the increased activity of foreign governments and other groups that tinker with the democratic debate online
katarzyna szkuta, 14/06/2017 10:14
Luigi Reggi
Perception of (in)efficiency and (in)effectiveness of public policies and services is also connected to trust
Luigi Reggi, 14/06/2017 15:08
nmeyne
There is a serious disparity between small and big organisations in capability and capacity to establish a trusted digital reputation in order to participate in 'low friction' digital trade. These platforms are dominated by centralised intermediaries or by global supply chain outfits that take commission squeeze the small suppliers. Government must do more to encourage standards-based peer to peer open trading platforms, with appropriate regulation... especially on trust and legality of registered organisations ...and of course their beneficial ownership (for fair tax purposes).
nmeyne, 15/06/2017 13:52
Henri Rauch
It would help differentiating between trust of the people in government/institutions and trust in internet/platforms.
Henri Rauch, 16/06/2017 09:15
Van Hoegaerden
I don't fully understand why free trade is at risk ? It looks like the opposite is happening - trade brookers gets the people's trust (like Amazon) and provides good from everywhere to everywhere. I believe there was previoulsy too much trust in the tradechain. It is good that the availability of information joined the reduced trust of people to challenge the free trade as it was to create possibly a better one.
Van Hoegaerden, 21/06/2017 13:41
Van Hoegaerden
I'd definitely propose you don't start with "free trade" but rather start with "the democratic insitutions".
Van Hoegaerden, 21/06/2017 13:43
Qiy Foundation
See: http://www.edelman.com/trust20...
Qiy Foundation, 12/07/2017 11:53