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nonsensitive

(ˌnɒnˈsɛnsɪtɪv)
adj
formal lacking sensation; insensitive
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Adj.1.nonsensitive - never having had security classification
unclassified - not subject to a security classification
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Coroner Patrick McGurgan also heard police were collating nonsensitive and sensitive material in relation to Mr Crossan's murder.
the reforms apply only to nonsensitive roles, with stricter rules for those working with children or vulnerable adults, plus national security roles or public positions.
After Huawei was added to the Entity List, the semiconductor industry lobbied the US government to be allowed to sell nonsensitive items that Huawei could easily buy abroad, arguing that a blanket ban would harm American companies.
At the beginning of this year, (https://www.congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-bill/4174/text) President Trump signed into law  the Open, Public, Electronic and Necessary Government Data Act, requiring that nonsensitive government data be made available in machine-readable, open formats by default.
While urging Nigerians to remain resolute in performing their civic rights, Musah urged security officials to deploy their operatives to INEC headquarters at local governments to protect sensitive and nonsensitive materials in their custody.
He got filled politically nonsensitive posts, like agriculture, youth affairs, and labour, and left vacant "sovereignty portfolios", like interior, defence, and education.
All information contained in an article must be unclassified, nonsensitive, and releasable to the public.
QT steel bars may be used only for low- to medium-rise buildings, and for 'nonsensitive' structures such as fences, pigpens, or roads, he added.
The unmatched count technique (UCT) is a method in which some respondents are asked only nonsensitive yes or no questions, while other respondents are asked a sensitive question along with those same nonsensitive questions; respondents do not answer the questions, but instead report only their number of positive responses to those questions.
Thus, we propose the hybrid procedure that in the nonsensitive ranges the transient response range is calculated by the CIM.
Terrovitis [25] proposed a new suppression mechanism, which divides the trajectory into sensitive regions and nonsensitive regions.