supersecrecy

supersecrecy

(ˌsuːpəˈsiːkrəsɪ)
n
extreme secrecy
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Indeed, the benefits of uncovering facts in the case of Lincoln are especially great, owing in no small measure to his own supersecrecy, and the rest to an overlay of romantic fictions.
The $18 billion federal agency, charged with, among other things, researching and developing energy technology as well as creating a safe facility for nuclear waste, was the embodiment of supersecrecy.