Safety Toolkit for Consumer and Personal Data Protection for the Elderly during Internet Use
Introduction to e-protect project
Studies estimate that by 2060 at least one in three Europeans will be over 65. The European Commission argues that digital technology can help older people to stay healthy, independent, and active at work or in their community for longer and it helps to improve our quality of life. Since the Digital Single Market strategy has been adopted, several studies have identified the lack of digital skills among the elderly.