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The UK follows Japan in determining extent of nuclear “Transparency” by extending secrecy and protecting corruption!

As the Japanese Secrets Act implementation looms on 10th December 2014, I thought it appropriate to remind our UK viewers that the new UK Secrets Act has already been Implemented from April 2nd 2014.. And as the nuclear Information will be retroactively applied, you can see, as why I had to leave the UK.
Will the Japanese who disseminates health and nuclear information have to do the same? Will the new Japanese Secrets Act apply retroactively too?

Documents created prior to this date will continue to carry their existing markings until such time as they are amended in the normal course of work when the new markings will be applied at the same time.

Posted by Shaun McGee (aka Arclight2011)
And this link for info on the Japanese Secrets Act;






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New Government Security Classifications

In 2012 Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, announced the intention to fundamentally overhaul and replace the existing information classification and marking scheme as part of the government’s Civil Service Reform programme.

Sellafield Ltd’s security regulator, ONR (Office for Nuclear Regulation), have instructed Sellafield Ltd and the wider civil nuclear industry to adopt the new GSC protective marking scheme known as Government Security Classifications (GSC).

Government Security Classifications

The new three tier system has three classifications: OFFICIAL, SECRET and TOP-SECRET.

Additionally ONR have mandated the use of an additional classification: OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE for Sensitive Nuclear Information which is classified below SECRET.

Implementing GSC

In line with the rest of UK government, the new GSC scheme is coming into operation on April 2nd 2014. All documents (including commercial correspondence, drawings, specifications, data sheets etc) created by…

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