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Under this law, officials are banned from divulging any classified information or documents they have access to, depending on their position and responsibilities.
We exchange the classified information, which is associated with specific actions as part of the NATO mission, daily.
Lesnik has never improperly transmitted any classified information to anybody,'' attorney Marc Harris said.
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Summary: The Ukrainian parliament has adopted a law ratifying an agreement between the governments of Ukraine and Libya on the mutual protection of classified information.
Each agency would have a senior official oversee classified information and be responsible for safety measures.
Attorneys to lead investigations of possible unauthorized disclosures of classified information.
Nikolay Popov was named Deputy Director of Bulgarian Customs Agency in charge of customs intelligence and investigations despite being stripped of classified information clearance.
He wrote it is routine for the Department of Defense to take preventative "network hygiene" measures to mitigate unauthorized disclosures of classified information.
Baker replied that it was one thing to publish leaked information, as the Guardian had done, and another, far more serious matter to engage in a "criminal conspiracy" by "soliciting" leaked classified information.
The intelligence community monitored a specific stream of classified information, but it did not include details of specific target or date.
The leaking of the most highly classified information to foreign and hostile groups is liable to pose a serious threat to national security," they said.

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