I just read through the summary translated into English.
It seems they are proposing
1: The introduction of a digital identity to be used for public as well as private services on the Internet.
2: That automatic security updates are encouraged (this is slightly different to what the original poster mentioned).
3: Compulsory PC inspection "to develop and introduce a PC inspection which will in future be required when using public services on the Internet" (yep, this is the scary one)
4: Compulsory mail filtering
5: Security rating for software
6: Blocking of websites that are without doubt works as an active part of the IT crime
7: That the use of online data storage be promotes and that "public authorities give the rights, that include data stored on third-party servers, a critical view".
As to proposal 1, whatever they do if it's adopted by bank and financial service companies it will be hacked in under a fortnight.
As to proposal 2, encourage all you want but companies will only do what makes financial sense.
As to proposal 3, show me your warrant/court order - I think Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights could come into play here.
As to proposal 4, again I'm pretty sure Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights could come into play here.
As to proposal 5, no comment
As to proposal 6, It's easy enough to use a dns sever other than your ISP's if you want to see what your missing.
As to proposal 7, A persons data should have the same rights and legal protections wherever they choose to store it but in many countries this is not the case so yes a review is probably in order.