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Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1981

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary

Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1981

report (to accompany S. 391)

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intelligence officers -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReport / 97th Congress, 1st session, Senate -- no. 97-201
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14232357M

    The Act specifically prohibits reprisal against individuals who submit complaints to a privacy or civil liberties officer. The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (Title I of Public Law ; Stat. ) Sec. D of the National Security Act of , codified as 50 USC d (a) Civil Liberties Protection Officer.   As a journalist, he reported covered the early stage of The Plame affair. The controversy involves Valerie Plame’s identity revealed as a CIA officer. In the matter, he suggested her identity leak violates the Intelligence Identities Protection Act. On the 17th of September , he introduced the secret tape, 47 percent video in Mother Jones.


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Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1981 by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rise to criminal liability. This report provides background and summarizes the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA; P.L. ), enacted by Congress in to address the unauthorized disclosure of information that identifies U.S.

intelligence agents. The act, as. INTELLIGENCE IDENTITIES PROTECTION ACT OF Approved For Release /07/ CIA-RDP85BRO Approved For Release /07/ CIA-RDP85BRO 96 STAT. PUBLIC- J An Act d To amend the National Security Act of to prohibit the unauthorized disclosure.

The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of (Pub.L. 97–, 50 U.S.C. §§ –) is a United States federal law that makes it a federal crime for those with access to classified information, or those who systematically seek to identify and expose covert agents and have reason to believe that it will harm the foreign intelligence activities of the U.S., to intentionally reveal the.

Intelligence Identities Protection Act of S. hearing before the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, on S. May 8, See generally H.R. 4, The Intelligence Identities Protection Act: Hearings before the Subcomm.

on Legislation of the House Permanent Select Comm. on Intelligence, 97th Cong., 1st Sess. () (statements of W. Casey, R. Willard, J. Warner et al.) [hereinafter cited as.

TOPN: Intelligence Identities Protection Act of | A | B | C Act') or by invoking public outrage or sympathy (as with any number of laws named for victims of crimes).

History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Intelligence Identities Protection Act of Pub.June   Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the ``Intelligence Identities Protection Act of ´´.

Sec. [(a) The National Security Act of is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new title: `` TITLE VI — PROTECTION OF CERTAIN NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION.

Intelligence Identities Protection Act of - Amends the National Security Act of to establish criminal penalties for any person who knowingly discloses information which identifies a U.S. covert intelligence agent. The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of is a United States federal law that makes it a federal crime for those with access to classified information, or those who systematically seek to identify and expose covert agents and have reason to believe that it will harm the foreign intelligence activities of Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1981 book U.S., to intentionally.

] INTELLIGENCE IDENTITIES PROTECTION ACT also referred to as espionage or spying.4 The HUMINT method involves clandestine surveillance and case officers’ recruitment of “assets,”5 including the use of foreign nationals to spy.

6 Because case officers must operate under a subterfuge, which provides them with. Intelligence Identities Protection Act; Other short titles: Intelligence Identities Protection Act of Long title: An Act to amend the National Security Act of to prohibit the unauthorized disclosure of information identifying certain United States intelligence officers, agents, informants, and sources.

Acronyms (colloquial) IIPA: NicknamesEnacted by: the 97th United States Congress. (a) The National Security Act of is amended by adding 50 use note, at the end thereof the following new title: "TITLE VI—PROTECTION OF CERTAIN NATIONAL SECURITY INFORMATION "PROTECTION OF IDENTITIES OF CERTAIN UNITED STATES UNDERCOVER INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS, AGENTS, INFORMANTS, AND SOURCES 50 use INTELLIGENCE IDENTITIES PROTECTION ACT QUOTES FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORT Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1981 book.

() “The Committee recognizes fully that the bill’s proscriptions operate in an area fraught with first amendment concerns and has limited its scope” H.R.

REP. at 6 (). Posted by Kerry Burgess at PM Number The Farthest Man From Home I am Kerry Burgess. Download Citation | Intelligence Identities Protection Act | Recent news accounts have focused attention on the question of whether disclosure of the identity of a United States intelligence agent.

Inthe Intelligence Identities Protection Act was enacted into law as an amendment to the National Security Act of This Act was a response to concerns. The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of (Pub.L. 97–, 50 U.S.C. §§ –) is a United States federal law that makes it a federal crime for those with access to classified information, or those who systematically seek to identify and expose covert agents and have reason to believe that it will harm the foreign intelligence activities of the U.S., to intentionally reveal the.

The Intelligence Identities Protection Act of (PL, 50 United States Code Secs. –) is a United States law which makes it a federal crime to knowingly reveal the identity of a covert CIA agent.

Intelligence Identities Protection Act Showing of 11 pages in this report. PDF Version Also Available for Download. Creation Information. Creator: Unknown. (a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the ‘‘Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of ’’. (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for this Act is as follows: TITLE I—REFORM OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY Sec.

Short title. Subtitle A—Establishment of Director of National Intelligence Sec. File Size: KB. April 6, By Joseph R. Biden Jr. Sen. Joseph R. Biden (D) of Delaware is a member of the US Senate's Select Committee on Intelligence.

The Intelligence Identities Protection Act ofwhich. Examining the Intelligence Identities Protection Act Identifying a CIA officer who is undercover has been a crime since when President Reagan signed the Intelligence Identities Protection Act.

He discusses the revocation of his passport, the Intelligence Identity Protection Act, the similarity and differences between the revolutions in Nicaragua, Chile, and Cuba, and explains his critique of Haig's "White Paper" on El Salvador.

RECORDED: in Managua, Nicaragua. BROADCAST: KPFK, 30 October   In Januarythe Intelligence Identities Protection Act was introduced in the U.S. House, with the aim of making it a federal crime to engage in “a pattern of activities intended to identify Author: Steven T.

Usdin. When the CIA and other agencies in the United States government pushed for the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA) init was crafted to exclude “covert agents” who resided in.

Reference the Intelligence Identity Protection Act of Freedom to speak about anything but the CIA. Some claim that concentration camps have already been built.

The current law, called the Intelligence Identities Protection Act ofdefines a covert agent as any intelligence officer who is serving abroad or who has served abroad in a covert capacity.

US Congress HR4 Conference report filed in House H Rept Intelligence Identities Protection Act of Amends the National Security Act of to establish criminal penalties for any person who knowingly discloses information which identifies a US covert intelligence agent Establishes a maximum penalty of ten years imprisonment andor a fine for any person who having had.

In a report from the House Intelligence Committee inH.R. the committee explained that the overseas nexus was included expressly to limit the scope of the law to the disclosure of identities “which it is absolutely necessary to protect for reasons of imminent danger to life or significant interference with legitimate and vital intelligence activities.”.

Certainly there are laws against it—chiefly the espionage law (Title 18 US Code §§ (d)-(e) and ) and the narrower Intelligence Identities Protection Act (Title 50 USC § ). One could devote a whole legal seminar to what is wrong with. Passed in after a huge scare about the murder of Richard Welch, the CIA station chief in Athens, it was designed by its sponsors to criminalize any disclosure about the personnel or.

Well, here's some of the background and sourcing: Talk:Chip Berlet#Intelligence Identities Protection Act. There's enough there to get started on several texts. For the moment, I've been detracted the with ArbCom request, but I don't suspect Mr.

Robert Welch's corpse or any of the the other sources are going anywhere in the meantime. Public Law − Intelligence Identities Protection Act of ; Public Law − Small Business Innovation Development Act of ; Public Law − Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of ; Public Law − Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of The Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA) of was signed into law by President Ronald Reagan in a ceremony at CIA Headquarters on 23 June This legislation was the culmination of the efforts over several years by many people both inside and outside CIA to provide legal protection for DO officers serving under cover.

History books, newspapers, and other sources use the popular name to refer to these laws. Why can't these popular names easily be found in the US Code. How the US Code is built. Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of Pub.Dec. 29,95 Stat Intelligence Identities Protection Act of Pub.June. Major Intelligence Related Statutes.

Number. Title. N/A. ODNI, Intelligence Community Legal Reference Book. N/A. National Security Act of (as amended through October 7, ) Public Law Reducing Over-Classification Act () Intelligence Identities Protection Act of Public Law   When the CIA and other agencies in the United States government pushed for the Intelligence Identities Protection Act (IIPA) init was crafted to exclude “covert agents” who resided in the U.S.

There was consideration by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of how the legislation might “chill or stifle public criticism of [ ]. See in this regard, Morton Halperin’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee 30 January (p) in opposition to the Intelligence Identities Protection Act, H.R.

; his testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence of 25 June (p) in opposition to S; his testimony before the Senate Select Committee. The Intelligence Identities Protection Act, P.L.

became law on Jas an amendment to the National Security Act of The act was an immediate response to a series of disclosures in the post- Watergate era, placing U.S. covert operatives and others working with them in personal danger.

[ACT No. 58 OF ] [6th September, ] An Act to provide for the restriction of certain rights conferred by Part III of the Constitution in their application to the members of certain organisations established by the Central Government for purposes of intelligence or counter-intelligence so as to ensure the proper discharge of their duties and the maintenance of discipline among them.

Victoria Ann Toensing (née Long; born Octo ) is an American attorney, Republican Party operative and partner with her husband, Joseph diGenova, in the Washington law firm diGenova & Toensing.

The couple reportedly have worked with Rudy Giuliani and Ukrainian interests in support of President Donald Trump. Toensing and her husband frequently appear on Fox News and Fox : Victoria Ann Long, Octo (age 78). This report summarizes the Intelligence Identities Protection Act, P.L.enacted by Congress in to address the unauthorized disclosure of information that exposes covert U.S.

intelligence agents. The act also provides exceptions and defenses to prosecution, makes provision for extraterritorial application for offenders who are U.S Author: Jennifer K. Elsea.amended by the Whistleblower Protection Act of (governing disclosures of illegality, waste, fraud, abuse or public health or safety threats); the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of (50 U.S.C.

et seq.) (governing disclosures that could expose.