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Citing concerns that developers may not be truthful, the US House Commerce Committee has asked Apple to explain how and when it audits the labels for accuracy.Why some like Apple’s new privacy labels, despite their flaws|Sara Morrison|February 19, 2021|Vox
He tried to be truthful, always, but denial was a real thing – including denial for Art, who slept with the wrong man or men.
To gauge his level of truthfulness, I asked, “So, you wouldn't mind if I included your donor identification number in the story?”
And Romney, she said, has a “truthfulness problem” when it comes to winning over some of these key groups.Sunday Talk: John McCain, Rob Portman, Andrew Sullivan, and More|The Daily Beast Video|October 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They resolved to go after Mr. Romney with a post-debate assault on his truthfulness.
“I was trying to bring a truthfulness to the working class,” said Forbes.
"No, ma'am," returned Genevieve, with calm truthfulness and a merry smile.The Sunbridge Girls at Six Star Ranch|Eleanor H. (Eleanor Hodgman) Porter
Herodotus was the first to give dignity to history; nor in truthfulness, candor, and impartiality has he ever been surpassed.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
Having been personally acquainted with Wenzel and many of his friends and pupils, I can vouch for its truthfulness.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
As a delineator of men and manners, she is remarkable for shrewdness, subtle perception, and truthfulness that cannot be mistaken.
Bernard spoke with bitter truthfulness of the trials and sorrows of an actor's life.Art in England|Dutton Cook