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JW v. State iPad iPhone documents 00646

JW v. State iPad iPhone documents 00646

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United States Department State
Washington, D.C. 20520
NOV 2015
Case No. F-2015-05028
Segment: DS-0002
Kate Bailey
Judicial Watch
425 Third Street, SW, Suite 800
Washington, 20024
Dear Ms. Bailey: refer our letter dated October 2015, regarding the release certain
Department State records under the Freedom Information Act, U.S.C.
The search the records the Bureau Diplomatic Security has been
completed. have identified documents that are responsive your request. have determined that may released part, must withheld full,
and require consultation.with other U.S. Government agencies before final
release determination can made. All released material enclosed. enclosure explains the FOIA exemptions and other grounds for withholding
material. Where have made excisions, the applicable FOIA exemptions are
marked each document. some cases, two more exemptions may apply
the same document. For the three documents withheld full, have cited the
following FOIA exemptions: U.S.C. 552 (b)(l), (b)(5), (b)(6), and (b)(7)(C). you have any questions, you may contact Marsha Edney, Trial Attorney, (202)
514-4520 Please sure refer the case number,
F-2015-05028, and the civil action number, 15-cv-00646, all correspondence
about this case.
John Hackett, Director
Office Information Programs and Services
Enclosures: stated
FOIA Exemptions )(I)
Information specifically authrized executive order kept secret the interest
national defense foreign policy. Executive Order 13526 includes the following
classification categories:
Military plans, systems, operations
Foreign government information
Intelligence activities, sources methods, cryptology
Foreign relations foreign activities the US; including confidential sources
Scientific, technological, economic matters relating national security,
including defense against transnational terrorism
l.4(f) U.S. Government programs for safeguarding nuclear materials facilities .4(g) Vulnerabilities capabilities systems, installations, infrastructures, projects,
plans, protection services relating national security, including defense
against transnational terrorism
l.4(h) Weapons mass destruction
Related solely the internal personnel rules and practices agency
Specifically exempted from disclosure statute (other than USC 552), for example:
Anns Export Control Act, 50a USC 2411(c)
Central Intelligence Agency Act 1949, USC 403(g)
Export Administration Act 1979, USC App. Sec. 241 l(c)
Foreign Service Act 1980, USC 4004
Immigration and Nationality Act, USC 1202(f), Sec. 222(
Iran Claims Settlement Act, Public Law 99-99, Sec. 505
Trade secrets and confidential commercial financial information
Interagency intra-agency communications forming part the deliberative process,
attorney-client privilege, attorney work product
Personal privacy information
Law enforcement information whose disclosure would:
(A) interfere with enforcement proceedings
(B) deprive person fair trial
(C) constitute unwarranted invasion personal privacy
(D) disclose confidential sources
(E) disclose investigation techniques
(F) endanger life physical safety individual
Prepared for government agency regulating supervising financial institutions
Geological and geophysical information and data, including maps, concerning wells
Other Grounds for Withholding
Material not responsive FOIA request excised with the agreement the requester
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