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"In my opinion, the term “information transparency” involves a degree of redundancy. In our current information society, information transparency should be the norm, though unfortunately this is not always the case. On the one hand, secrecy, deception and mistrust undermine the desire of some to share valuable information; on the other hand, transparency frenzy and an excess of information scare away those who are looking for plain and simple facts. It is true that today, thanks to information technology, people are able to process huge amounts of information. However, we need to ask whether all these bits and bytes of processed information are really needed. At the end of the day, information is created through communication, but all too often the human side of this factor is neglected. Human communication drives trust, and trust promotes information, both in terms of quantity and in terms of quality. "

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