the EEC treaty in rome in 1957 defined the functioning of the internal market in order to ensure four basic rights: people, goods, services and wealth of free movement between member states.
the digitalization of altering the market industry at a time, has emerged the need to also the fifth EU fundamental rights – the freedom of information movement.
Consumers is even easier to choose a service provider but also their own domestic borders.
the raw data of the number of growth of research conditions to solve complex theoretical problems.
Transparent data sharing, private
Estonia set itself a clear objective just began the six-month presidency to: freedom of Information movement should be to the EU internal market, the five basic rights.