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Carlos pointed out that police personnel needed to be careful in posting pictures of classified documents on social media in order to share them with reporters.
According to standing directives, the storage of a classified document on a non-classified system would necessitate the need for the agency to "wipe" the disk of that system, losing all information on it and bringing any number of network applications--and their users to a grinding halt.
com/news/us-news/feds-arrest-nsa-contractor-leak-top-secret-russia-document-n768561) NBC News that Winner was the one who leaked the classified document to the news company.
Crvenkovski did not say at the press conference Wednesday why he had a state classified document.
Fine said Gonzales' notes on the emergency meeting included "operational aspects of the program," along with its classified code name, and constituted a highly classified document that should have been stored in what is known as a SCIF, or a government storage area used to secure the most top-secret material.
Branko Cvenkovski, SDSM leader and head of state at the time, revealed this classified document in the show XO on Kanal 5 TV Monday.
The Air Self-Defense Force (ASDF) shredded or threw out a classified document about a radar installation apparently due to sloppy information control, the Defense Agency said Thursday.
The purists contend that if a classified document is lost, the information contained in the document must be considered as compromised (disclosed to unauthorized persons), unless it can be proven otherwise.
Experts explained the price of the helicopters was a classified document with a degree of state secrecy and every revelation of details from it was subject to sanctions by the law.
and a search of his Pentagon office a year ago yielded the classified document containing the information he was accused of revealing.
Special Branch detectives wanted to question him over the leak of the classified document on links between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda.
nCipher plc (LSE:NCH), a leader in protecting critical enterprise data, today announces the availability of the Classified Document Security Appliance.

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