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Friday, September 09, 2016

Classification Rules Haunting Clinton Under Review

U.S. intelligence officials are considering a fundamental overhaul of the process used to classify information, possibly doing away with the low-level designation of “confidential” that contributed to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s troubles.

Without mentioning Clinton or the inquiries into her use of a private e-mail system, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Wednesday that intelligence agencies are "guilty" of over-classifying material.

"At some point there will need to be, I believe, a fairly fundamental change in the classification system," Clapper said at the annual Intelligence and National Security Summit in Washington. "The rules we have today really are not compatible with the technology and the way we conduct our business."

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

What about radical dictators donating money the head of the state department?

Anonymous said...

WELL, 825, WE NEED TO CHANGE THOSR RULES AS WELL TO ALLOW HLLARY A BYE ON THAT AS WELL...

Dang, hit caps lock accidentally, sorry.