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Noun1.divulgement - the act of disclosing something that was secret or private
disclosure, revealing, revelation - the speech act of making something evident
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Operators in these countries have no option but to abide by those governments' demands for the divulgement of customer information and the details of their communications, the report said, adding that any refusal to comply could produce retaliatory practices such as the cancelation of licenses.
Depending upon the activity, reporters could assume an equally powerful retribution waiting and remain silent, or become more vicious by threatening users with divulgement, meaning each group fears the other.
Logically, Barcelo makes use of three primary sources: technoscience itself; attempts to explain concepts to the community at large which I will call texts of divulgement (following the author's use of the Spanish term divulgacion); and, of course, SF writers--many of them trained scientists.