– Transparency reports
– What Christopher Parsons says about it
The transparency report often published biannually is a tool to balance and counterbalance the assumption that governments have free access to the system of Silicon Valley giants.
Issues like this first came to up after the disclosure of classified documents leaked by Edward Snowden. It was believed that a release of audited figures on how often companies has been under legal orders. Renowned academic suggests that transparency reports may not be
Renowned academic suggests that transparency reports may not be truly transparent at all. According to Telecom Providers in Canada, “The transparency reports can keep secret as much as they reveal,” www.naijapr.com
A research associate, Christopher Parsons who authored a paper said; “Where statistics are provided, they may not be sufficiently granular for a reader to understand who is making requests for information, on what grounds, and how many persons are affected”
Therefore, transparency report, however, is important for the public to read but for Parsons, they don’t tell the full story.