anti-secrecy

adjective
an·​ti-se·​cre·​cy | \ ˌan-tē-ˈsē-krə-sē, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly antisecrecy

Definition of anti-secrecy

: serving or intended to prevent or restrict the concealment of information especially by governments anti-secrecy laws These antisecrecy trends and inclinations sometimes interact to convince administrations, Congresses, and intelligence agency heads that they must release various historical intelligence documents.— Michael Warner

First Known Use of anti-secrecy

1894, in the meaning defined above

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