Euractiv reports the German government's proposed data strategy will seek to draw a common approach for its 16 state data protection authorities and the Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information to share. The government acknowledged the authorities work together; however, their "legal interpretations may diverge." A spokesperson for Germany's Association of the Internet Industry said the alignment plan is "a fundamentally welcome goal." The strategy also discusses algorithmic bias and data monopolies. Editor's note: IAPP Europe Managing Director Paul Jordan wrote about German DPA centralization for The Privacy Advisor.
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