The U.S. Army issued an updated regulation (pdf) governing its conduct of intelligence activities, including domestic surveillance policy and practice. The new regulation makes several technical changes and rescinds the “For Official Use Only” status of the prior edition.
See “U.S. Army Intelligence Activities,” Army Regulation 381-10, May 3, 2007.
For comparison, the prior edition, dated 22 November 2005, may be found here (pdf).
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