The policy guidelines of the European Commission 2019-2024 show where consumer policy in the digital world is heading to in the coming years at European level. Policy-makers will discuss aspects arising from the Digital Service Act and the follow-up to the White Paper AI that are important from a consumer perspective with representatives from business, science and consumer organisations . The Executive Director of the German Federation of Consumer Organisations, Klaus Müller, and the State Secretary of the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Consumer Protection, Friedlinde Gurr-Hirsch, cordially invite you to an online event from the Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union from 12.15 a.m.. Klaus Müller is a member of the Data Ethics Commission of the Federal Republic of Germany. State Secretary Friedlinde Gurr-Hirsch will accompany the algorithm campaign #seiunberechenbar of the Ministry of Rural Areas and Consumer Protection Baden-Württemberg.

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