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Disclosure may refer to:
- World disclosure, a term referring to the way that humans make sense of the world
- Reflective disclosure, a term coined by philosopher Nikolas Kompridis
- Full disclosure, disclosing full information about vulnerabilities
- Disclosure widget, GUI element that is used to show or hide various child elements in the interface
- Key disclosure law, may require individuals using cryptographic software to disclose encryption keys or decrypt data to satisfy law enforcement needs.
- Arts and media
- Disclosure (novel), a 1994 novel written by Michael Crichton
- Disclosure (film), a 1994 film starring Michael Douglas and Demi Moore, based on the Crichton novel
- CBC News: Disclosure, a television newsmagazine series in Canada
- "Disclosure (Stargate SG-1)", a Season 6 episode of Stargate SG-1
- Disclosure (album), a 2012 album by Dutch band The Gathering.
- Disclosure (band), a UK-based garage/electronic duo.
- Discovery (law), pre-trial phase where parties to the case obtain evidence
- Disclosure of conflicts of interest, disclosing the interests of the a writer which may bear on the subject being written about, for example, if the writer has worked with an interview subject in the past or is otherwise prejudiced towards or against the subject at hand. See Conflict of interest#Disclosure.
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