full disclosure

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full disclosure (usually uncountable, plural full disclosures)

  1. (sciences) The disclosure of all data on which a scientific result is based.
  2. (journalism) The disclosure of any connection between a reporter (or publisher) and the subject of an article that may bias the article.
  3. (computing) The disclosure of all security flaws in a product.

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