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Associated with Transparency is Internet Agency, Internet Porosity and the significance of Richness and Reach
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Associated with Transparency is Internet Agency, Internet Porosity and the significance of Richness and Reach

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Transparency has to be considered in a wide context. It is part of the five core elements that drive online public relations namely: InternetAgency, InternetPorosity and RichnessandReach.
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Transparency has to be considered in a wide context. It is part of the five core elements that drive online public relations namely: Internet Agency, Internet Porosity and Richness and Reach.
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"Covert transparency", is where organisations 'push' or manipulate information. Push content includes online advertising and similar marketing promotion. It can be attempts by the organisation to get a an advantage as, for example, in making web sites more prominent in search engine listings (called [Search Engine Optimisation] - SEO) information delivered to social media. [Astroturfing] (the practice of falsely creating the impression of independent, popular support by means of an orchestrated and disguised marketing exercise) is the antithesis of transparency.
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"Covert transparency", is where organisations 'push' or manipulate information. Push content includes online advertising and similar marketing promotion. It can be attempts by the organisation to get a an advantage as, for example, in making web sites more prominent in search engine listings (called [Search Engine Optimisation] - SEO) information delivered to social media. Astroturfing (the practice of falsely creating the impression of independent, popular support by means of an orchestrated and disguised marketing exercise) is the antithesis of transparency.
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Transparency has to be considered in a wide context. It is part of the five core elements that drive online public relations namely: InternetAgency, InternetPorosity and RichnessandReach.

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For most organisations, radical transparency,offers a number of disadvantages including competitive disclosure for companies and State secrets for some governement departments.

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Transparency, as used in the humanities, implies openness, communication, and accountability. It is a metaphorical extension of the meaning used in the physical sciences: a "transparent" object is one that can be seen through. Transparency, as used in the humanities, implies openness, communication, and accountability. It is a metaphorical extension of the meaning used in the physical sciences: a "transparent" object is one that can be seen through.
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Transparency, as used in the humanities, implies openness, communication, and accountability. It is a metaphorical extension of the meaning used in the physical sciences: a "transparent" object is one that can be seen through. Transparency, as used in the humanities, implies openness, communication, and accountability.
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