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02.15.06 | 1 min read | Text by Steven Aftergood

The challenges posed by so-called “sensitive but unclassified” information, and Administration efforts to bring order to this problematic policy area, were explored in “Government withholds ‘sensitive-but-unclassified’ information” by Lance Gay, Scripps Howard News Service, February 2, 2006.

The consequences of the government’s unprecedented use of the Espionage Act to prosecute non-governmental employees for mishandling classified information in the AIPAC case were considered in “Big Impact Seen In Israel Spy Case” by Josh Gerstein, New York Sun, February 13, 2006.

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