Definition of integrity, taken from the Oxford Dictionaries:
- the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles:
example: a gentleman of complete integrity
- the state of being whole and undivided:
example: upholding territorial integrity and national sovereignty
This is how we see it: 5th of July Foundation who runs Integrity.st is founded and led by well-known Internet liberty advocates of utmost integrity. They do it so you can uphold the integrity of your communication.
Here are some more examples of how the word is used:
Integrity of journalism: Not working for other purposes than journalistic truth and not let commercial or political interests determine the outcome of journalistic investigations.
Integrity of data: Maintaining and assuring the accuracy and consistency of data over its entire life-cycle.
Integrity of communication: Assurance that data transmitted from A to B has not been tampered with or copied or diverted to C.
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