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that the subject matter of the litigation was not a state secret.
Invoking the state secrets privilege allows the government to refuse to produce evidence in court that would reveal secret information that, if disclosed, might harm national security interests or relations with foreign countries.
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov said the leader of the opposition had to bear responsibility for his actions of revealing a document that was considered a state secret.
After Tanov was charged with disclosure of state secret and BSP insisted that he should be removed from office and be denied access to classified information, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov declared his unwavering support for the Customs Agency Director.
153) Effectively, the Ninth Circuit's decision serves to bar a plaintiff's claim on evidentiary grounds, even when the plaintiff can make a prima facie case using publicly available information, simply due to the risk that the discovery process may unearth a state secret.
Zhou, 72, was sentenced to lesser terms on the abuse of power and state secrets charges, and was ordered to serve his sentences concurrently.
The National Security Committee at a meeting of the Coordinating Council for the Protection of State Secrets on April 2 reported on their work to protect the state secrets in 2014.
TOKYO, Jan 9 (KUNA) -- The Japanese government said Friday it has designated 382 state secrets under the new state secrecy law that took effect early December, with the defense-related secrets accounting for the biggest share.
The report quotes China's CCTV network alleging Apple devices as recording every move and message of the iPhone users in China and putting China's state secrets at risk.
Book news company Book2book reported on Wednesday that publishing company Hutchinson, an imprint of Cornerstone Publishing, part of The Random House Group Ltd, has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.
Background discussion begins with the evolution from folk secrets to state secrets prior to 1978, and from state secrets to trade secrets (1978-1993).
If they had sentenced him to 80 (years), that would have reduced the number of those eager to pass state secrets," he tweeted.

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