November 11, 2023

EUROPE: European Parliament and Member States Just Reached An Agreement On Introducting The Digital Identity, eID. CIA Mockingbird Media Ignoring This News. So The Conspiracy Is True NOT A THEORY

Redacted published Nov 9, 2023: No MORE Cash in Europe! The Digital Wallet is almost here. Europe just took a major step towards totally removing your privacy. The European Parliament and Member States just reached an agreement on introducing the Digital Identity, eID. Europe is also making it illegal to use cash above certain thresholds. This new Digital Identity will include a digital wallet as well. This move would give government unfettered access to everything you do.

Council of the EU Press Release
European digital identity: Council and Parliament reach a provisional agreement on eID
Wednesday November 8, 2023

With a view to ensuring a trusted and secure digital identity for all Europeans, the Council presidency and European Parliament representatives reached today a provisional agreement on a new framework for a European digital identity (eID).
With the approval of the European digital identity regulation, we are taking a fundamental step so that citizens can have a unique and secure European digital identity. This is a key advance for the European Union to be a global reference in the digital field, protecting our democratic rights and values.

~ Nadia Calviรฑo, acting Spanish first vice-president and minister for economy and digitalisation
The European digital identity wallet The revised regulation constitutes a clear paradigm shift for digital identity in Europe aiming to ensure universal access for people and businesses to secure and trustworthy electronic identification and authentication.

Under the new law, member states will offer citizens and businesses digital wallets that will be able to link their national digital identities with proof of other personal attributes (e.g., driving licence, diplomas, bank account). Citizens will be able to prove their identity and share electronic documents from their digital wallets with a click of a button on their mobile phone.

The new European digital identity wallets will enable all Europeans to access online services with their national digital identification, which will be recognised throughout Europe, without having to use private identification methods or unnecessarily sharing personal data. User control ensures that only information that needs to be shared will be shared.

Concluding the initial provisional agreement

Since the initial provisional agreement on some of the main elements of the legislative proposal at the end of June this year, a thorough series of technical meetings followed in order to complete a text that allowed the finalisation of the file in full. Some relevant aspects agreed by the co-legislators today are: 
  • the e-signatures: the wallet will be free to use for natural persons by default, but member states may provide for measures to ensure that the free-of-charge use is limited to non-professional purposes
  • the wallet’s business model: the issuance, use and revocation will be free of charge for all natural persons
  • the validation of electronic attestation of attributes: member states shall provide free-of-charge validation mechanisms only to verify the authenticity and validity of the wallet and of the relying parties’ identity
  • the code for the wallets: the application software components will be open source, but member states are granted necessary leeway so that, for justified reasons, specific components other than those installed on user devices may not be disclosed
  • consistency between the wallet as an eID means and the underpinning scheme under which it is issued has been ensured
Finally, the revised law clarifies the scope of the qualified web authentication certificates (QWACs), which ensures that users can verify who is behind a website, while preserving the current well-established industry security rules and standards.

Next steps

Technical work will continue to complete the legal text in accordance with the provisional agreement. When finalised, the text will be submitted to the member states’ representatives (Coreper) for endorsement. Subject to a legal/linguistic review, the revised regulation will then need to be formally adopted by the Parliament and the Council before it can be published in the EU’s Official Journal and enter into force.


In June 2021, the Commission proposed a framework for a European digital identity that would be available to all EU citizens, residents, and businesses, via a European digital identity wallet.

The proposed new framework amends the 2014 regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS regulation), which laid the foundations for safely accessing public services and carrying out transactions online and across borders in the EU.

The proposal requires member states to issue a digital wallet under a notified eID scheme, built on common technical standards, following compulsory certification. To set up the necessary technical architecture, speed up the implementation of the revised regulation, provide guidelines to member states and avoid fragmentation, the proposal was accompanied by a recommendation for the development of a Union toolbox defining the technical specifications of the wallet.

Following interinstitutional negotiations (‘trilogues’), the two co-legislators managed to reach an initial provisional agreement on the key elements of the file on 29 June 2023 subject to further technical adjustments on the draft legislative text of the revised regulation.
written by Kurt Zindulka
Sunday September 10, 2023

The world needs international digital ID systems like coronavirus passports and Artificial Intelligence should be regulated by a global body similar to the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said on Sunday.

Speaking before the “One Future” session of the G20 Summit in India, the top Eurocrat declared that the “future will be digital” and therefore more globalist institutions will be needed to set boundaries and regulations.

The German politician, who before ascending to her unelected role as EU Commission President served as Berlin’s Defence Minister, said: “Today I want to focus on AI and digital infrastructure. As it has been described, AI has risks but also offers tremendous opportunities. The crucial question is how to harness a rapidly changing technology.”

“In the EU, in 2020, we presented the first-ever law on artificial intelligence. We want to facilitate innovation while building trust. But we need more. What the world does now will shape our future. I believe that Europe — and its partners — should develop a new global framework for AI risks,” von der Leyen continued.

She said that Europe and its allies should develop a “global framework for AI risks” but that there will also need to be standards set at the global level through the United Nations.

“We would need a similar body to the IPCC for climate, and here we need additional outreach to the scientists entrepreneurs and innovators. They need to provide the knowledge on the risks posed by AI – as well as the potential benefits for humanity,” the EU chief said.

During her speech in India, Ursula von der Leyen went on to argue for the global adoption of “digital public infrastructures” along the lines of the coronavirus passport system the EU developed during the Wuhan virus crisis.

“Many of you are familiar with the COVID-19 digital certificate. The EU developed it for itself. The model was so functional and so trusted that 51 countries on 4 continents adopted it for free.”

“Today, the WHO uses it as a global standard to facilitate mobility in times of health threats. I want to thank Dr Tedros again for the excellent cooperation,” she added.

The European Union is actively trying to introduce a bloc-wide “digital identity” app that would contain a citizen’s passport, driver’s licence, credit cards and other personal information.

Speaking to Breitbart Europe in March, Romanian Member of the European Parliament (MEP), Cristian Terhes warned that the push for a cross-border digital ID system would result in the “Chinafication” of Europe.

Like Communist China, the EU is also looking to implement a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), which could be used to impose the whims of Brussels on the different peoples of the 27-member state bloc.

On 15 December 2022, President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen signed the European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles, together with the President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola, and Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala for the rotating Council presidency.

Today, the EU's work on its ‘digital DNA' – the European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles – has culminated: In the margins of the European Council, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen signed the text together with the President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola, and Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala for the rotating Council presidency.

The Declaration, put forward by the Commission in January this year, presents the EU's commitment to a secure, safe and sustainable digital transformation that puts people at the centre, in line with EU core values and fundamental rights. The Declaration shows citizens that European values, as well as the rights and freedoms enshrined in the EU's legal framework, must be respected online as they are offline. Shaped around six chapters, the text will guide policy makers and companies dealing with new technologies. The Declaration will also steer the EU's approach to the digital transformation throughout the world.

President of the Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said: “The signature of the European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles reflects our shared goal of a digital transformation that puts people first. The rights put forward in our Declaration are guaranteed for everybody in the EU, online as they are offline. And the digital principles enshrined in the Declaration will guide us in our work on all new initiatives.”


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