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- n. The disclosure of all data on which a scientific result is based.
- n. The disclosure of any connection between a reporter (or publisher) and the subject of an article that may bias the article.
- n. The disclosure of all security flaws in a product.
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I had to change, to be Mike Wallace demanding full disclosure instead of Harriet Mahoney cooking meals.
Supplements are subject to extensive labeling requirements, including full disclosure of ingredients, nutrition information, and censorship of health-benefit claims by the FDA.