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Definition of "Reliability"

Information is reliable if it is free from material error and bias, and faithfully represents what it purports to represent. Information is reliable to the extent a user can depend upon it to represent the economic conditions or events that it aims to represent. Being free from bias implies impartial measurement and reporting by enterprise of its events and transactions.

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