The examples also illustrate what I think is a very real risk: that state enforcers may abuse transparency laws, using them to reshape platforms’ actual policies. I think it should be possible to mitigate this risk. But we can only do so if we recognize it. Read more about State Abuse of Transparency Laws and How to Stop It
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