Germany's Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, the BfDI, has published a paper on its interpretation of anonymized data under the EU General Data Protection Regulation. The paper discusses the BfDI's take on anonymization requirements, processing, legal basis and more. The BfDI has set a 9 March deadline for public comments on the paper. Meanwhile, the Hamburg Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information has announced the release of its annual activity report. (Original article is in German.)
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