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- noun Alternative spelling of
scrutiny. Intense studyof someone or something; a thoro inspectionof a situation or a case.
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Her daughter is now under scrutny, and all she can do now is catch up on foreign policies so she can debate Biden in October and know a thing or two and hold her own.
The question: do you believe that corporations acting on behalf of the United States (such as Black Water or Haliburtan) should be immune to public scrutny in the form of FOIA and accountability?
In my opinion if the ad agency takes public money and has a public contract, it becomes an extension of the govement and is subject to scrutny.