Defence → Secrecy
Secrecy is the practice of hiding information from certain individuals or groups who do not have the "need to know", perhaps while sharing it with other individuals. That which is kept hidden is known as the secret.
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Organizations relating to Secrecy
Agreement on the Preservation of the Confidentiality of Data Concerning Deep Seabed Areas / Est. 1986
Allied Coordination Committee / Est. 1944
Agreement for the Mutual Safeguarding of Secrecy of Inventions Relating to Defence and for Which Applications for Patents Have Been Made / Est. 1960
Agreement on the Protection of Confidentiality of Data Related to Deep Sea-bed Areas for Which Application of Authorisation Has Been Made / Est. 1984
World Problems relating to SecrecyFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Espionage in domestic politics
Inaccessible religious records
Theft of trade secrets
Covert intelligence agency operations
Forced disappearance of persons
Misuse of classified information
Corporation financial secrecy
Violation of medical confidentiality
Secrecy in scientific research
Defence information uncertainty
Secret government security vetting of job applicants
Collusive international trade arrangements
Action Strategies relating to SecrecyFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Exposing religious secrecy
Ending environmental secrecy
Maintaining secret sabotage
Forming secret societies
Exposing secret international agreements
Exposing secret societies
Exposing secrecy over religious material
Exposing secrecy in international development banks
Making secret laws
Maintaining secrecy over religious material
Making secret international agreements
Abolishing abuse of professional confidence
Maintaining religious secrecy
Exposing secret government agency agreements
Exposing secret diplomacy
Using secret diplomacy
Making secret government agency agreements
Maintaining secret public records
Exposing secret public records
Exposing secret laws
Maintaining secrecy in international development banks
Reducing government secrecy
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