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According to "Europe's Digital Progress Report (EDPR) 2017 Country Profile" [86], Lithuania performs particularly well in connectivity (fixed broadband, mobile broadband, broadband speed and prices) and the integration of digital technology. The internet users are active online in using new services over mobile, like payment instruments, mobile e-signature, car parking, and banking services. Concerning the digital public services, Lithuania is continuing its progress.

The purpose of the Lithuanian Information Society Development Programme for 2014 - 2020 Digital Agenda is to define the goals and objectives of the information society development with a view to maximising the economic advantages provided by information and communication technologies (ICT) [102]. Primarily the Internet as a very important tool for economic, social and cultural activities, enabling the circulation of advanced electronic services, work, access to entertainment, social interaction and free expression of opinion.

The strategic goal of the Information Society Development Programme is to improve the quality of life for the population and business environment for the companies through the use of opportunities created by the ICT and, by the year 2020, to achieve in Lithuania at least 85% of Internet usage among the total population, and 95% of high speed Internet usage among the businesses [102].