Thesaurus / transparency

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Governments could have demanded transparency and low prices.
Solana Beach has revealed itself to be especially hostile to transparency during the pandemic.
Unfortunately, data trusts do not guarantee more transparency.
By going the extra mile and first creating and presenting a forecast based on their current traffic and the search trends that might influence them, you lay out a foundation of transparency and easily researchable assumptions.
Meyer’s overture of transparency does not appear to have swayed legislators.
However, the conversation surrounding authentic branding is growing, and more and more consumers are wanting to see companies respond to important events with transparency and empathy.
Law enforcement and legal experts who spoke with Voice of San Diego said the case points to the need for MTS to bolster checks and balances and transparency around body camera policies that can impact prosecutions and misconduct investigations.
China’s experience reminds us of the need for transparency and accountability when it comes to AI in public services.
VOSD has written about transparency concerns surrounding the board and its’ 2017 decision to dismiss 22 death cases without investigation.
I think transparency is something that every consumer would expect of any company to disclose how it’s doing business.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS

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