A scoreboard has been published by the European Commission showing the performance after one year in delivering on the agreed targets of the Digital Agenda for Europe. The Scoreboard incorporates data and analysis previously found in the Commission's annual Progress Report on the Single European Electronic Communications. Some of the highlights include
Regular Internet use
65% of the EU population regularly uses the internet. The target is 75% by 2015. Non-users have fallen from 30% to 26% of the population.
40% of EU citizens now shop online.
41% of citizens use eGovernment services.
The objective is to provide every European access to basic broadband by 2013 and fast and ultra fast broadband by 2020.
Increased from 8.1 to 8.8% in 2010. The Digital Agenda target is 20% of citizens shopping online across borders by 2015.
Online presence of Small and Medium-sized enterprises (SMEs)
In 2010 26% of SMEs purchased online, but only 13% of SMEs sold online.