nonsecret

nonsecret

(ˌnɒnˈsiːkrɪt)
adj
not secret
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It is also useful to draw an analytic distinction between electronic espionage and intelligence gathering, which refers to the collating of data from nonsecret sources.
allow access inside the building of economic agents and physical persons during the Nonsecret
For common sense, just as for philosophical reasoning, the most widely shared belief is that responsibility is tied to the public and to the nonsecret, to the possibility and even the necessity of accounting for one's words and actions in front of others, of justifying and owning up to them.
They are not even allowed to attempt to prove their case by the use of nonsecret evidence in their own hands or in the hands of third parties," Hawkins wrote.
46) Any alien may cross-examine nonsecret evidence and nonsecret witnesses.
Votes on the nonsecret ballots will be plotted out on a map, community by community.
The biggest nonsecret in campus networking is that music sharing via peer-to-peer (P2P) software is probably still the most common Internet activity after e-mail.
Irons called Herzig-Yoshinaga, who, as a researcher for the commission, had the right to access any nonsecret document related to the CWRIC's work.
In some villages the elections themselves are organized so as to restrict free choice - for example, through the use of nonsecret ballots or voting by clapping or raising hands (see Kelliher 1996).
The two Detroit companies emphasized the nonsecret character of their drugs, which were for the most part available only with a doctor's prescription, or, if sold over the counter, were simple, well-known remedies for minor ailments.