Disclosure

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Disclosure may refer to:

Arts and media[edit]

Law and finance[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Disclosure (ufology), conspiracy theory that the United States government or other world governments have suppressed evidence of extraterrestrial life
  • Disclosure widget, GUI element that is used to show or hide various child elements in the interface
  • World disclosure, the way that things become intelligible and meaningfully relevant to human beings
  • Reflective disclosure, a model of social criticism proposed by philosopher Nikolas Kompridis

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