Western Intelligence is shared between Western governments, by definition. True or false?
Declassified and Non-classified information is shared between Western governments.
That is to say, any information at all, which is not considered to be a state secret.
Such as detailed information about the Black Caucus, and the names of all the politically active Blacks who do not hold any political office in the United States.
Such information is readily accessible by Western governments, both inside NATO and the European Union.
True or false?
- TomBLv 71 month agoFavourite answer
In the US, De-classified and "non-classified" information is publicly available and can be read on line or in the newspaper.
- Confidential and Above requires a clearance, access level and need to know.
(and what Classified Information is and isn't shared with other Governments is determined by people above my paygrade and a need to know)