On 16 October 2009 the European Commission adopted a Decision setting out measures facilitating the use of procedures by electronic means through the ‘points of single contact’ under the Services Directive. One of the measures adopted by the Decision consisted in the obligation for Member States to establish and publish by 28. 12.2009 their Trusted List of supervised/accredited certification service providers issuing qualified certificates to the public. The objective of this obligation is to enhance cross-border use of electronic signatures by increasing trust in electronic signatures originating from other Member States. The Decision was updated several times since 16.10.2009, the last amendmentwas made on 28.7.2010.
The «human readable version» includes useless and redundant information, and also shows a low «quality control», since there are some links missing. Of all included information, I have extracted the parts that are really relevant and incuded in this post.
List of Trusted List information as notified by Member States
EU:List containing, in accordance with Art. 2 (4) of Commission Decision 2009/767/EC of 16 October 2009 setting out measures facilitating the use of procedures by electronic means through the ‘points of single contact’ under Directive 2006/123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on services in the internal market, as amended by Commission Decision 2010/425/EU, the information notified by Member States pursuant to Art. 2 (3) of Commission Decision 2009/767/EC.
In accordance with Art. 2 (4) of Commission Decision 2009/767/EC of 16 October 2009 setting out measures facilitating the use of procedures by electronic means through the ‘points of single contact’ under Directive 2006/123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on services in the internal market, as amended by Commission Decision 2010/425/EU, the present list contains the information notified by Member States pursuant to Art. 2 (3) of Commission Decision 2009/767/EC.
The European Commission maintains this website as an interoperability tool designed to facilitate the practical use of national Trusted Lists. Our goal is to keep this information timely and accurate. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them. However, the Commission accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regard to the content of national Trusted Lists which lies exclusively with the Member States.
It is our goal to minimize disruption caused by technical errors. However, some data or information on our site may have been created or structured in files or formats that are not error-free and we cannot guarantee that our service will not be interrupted or otherwise affected by such problems. The European Commission accepts no responsibility with regard to such problems incurred as a result of using this site or any linked external sites.
This disclaimer is not intended to limit the liability of the European Commission in contravention of any requirements laid down in applicable national law nor to exclude its liability for matters which may not be excluded under that law.
I have informed about Spanish TSL recently (article in spanish)
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Disculpa el desconocimiento, pero no hay proveedor de certificación en Inglaterra?