In the regulators’ shed of holy cows, few are more highly prized than transparency. Yet what it really is and what value it brings market participants is not entirely certain. Let us not forget that even transparency can be as opaque as a bowl of porridge.
In the Jacobellis vs Ohio case held in the US Supreme Court in 1964 (which centred on whether the state of Ohio was right to ban French film Les Amants on grounds of obscenity), Justice Potter Stewart famously said of pornography: “I cannot def
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