I tried to compare the texts available in:
I am afraid that the quality of texts and some differences between how the subject is presented in the different languages shows the immaturity of the data quality discipline and not at least the lack of global embracement that is seen in literature, published articles and the technology available.
Three observations from the Wikipedia articles:
The French piece is in some parts a translation from the English text. However the translation became very difficult in the History section, as the English text here has the well known narrowly United States scope.
The German text is completely different from the English text. Also the title is Information Quality. The references are largely from German authors.
The Japanese text seems to be a Google Translate of the (former) English text. This is strange as much of the quality inspiration originally came from Japan.