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Worldwide freedom of information laws widely ignored

"A flurry of freedom of information laws adopted over the past decade has given more than 5.3 billion people worldwide the right, on paper, to know what their governments are doing behind closed doors.

However, The Associated Press found in the first worldwide test of this promised freedom of information, that more than half the countries with right-to-know laws do not follow them."

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