The spokesman told Reuters it is particularly about this part („the content of such. Bissonette must be hurt while sharing his manuscript with his publisher and lawyer: Traci Lenz said the Harbor Bay company wanted it to sign an agreement that also frees the company from any claims — that is, the Lenzes, their children and heirs — will not complain. In exchange, the company would waive the two-month fee for the early termination of $US 4,524, as the Lenzes terminated their lease early. 2. The recipient undertakes to implement or define operational procedures and physical security measures in order to protect such data against accidental disclosure or disclosure to unauthorized third parties. The foosball here is that the Pentagon has yet to publish Bissonette`s signed copy, even though they told Reuters that the copies they provided were „identical“ to the voluminous one he signed. Bisonette`s lawyer did not react to the Ministry of Defense`s recent statement, but on August 31, we reported that Bissonette`s legal team had insisted that the confidentiality agreement not apply to the May 1, 2011 raid. The highest security classification. „Strict secrecy applies to information that can reasonably be expected to cause `exceptionally serious harm` to national security that the original classification authority can identify or describe.“  It is believed that 1.4 million Americans have top secret declassifications.
 A review of the classification policy by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence with the aim of developing a single classification policy and a single classification guide that could be used by the entire United States. . . .