CSIS DDO Directive on information sharing with agencies with poor human rights records (2008)

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CSIS DDO Directive on information sharing with agencies with poor human rights records (2008)

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Operational policies

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The Directive specifies that international exchange of information and intelligence is vital to safeguarding Canada's national security and public safety. In that context, however, the Service may be required to deal with foreign governments and agencies having poor human rights records. This Directive sets out the principles that will guide our actions in the sharing, seeking and use of information from such agencies or government. This DDO seems likely to have been superseded since it predates the 2011 ministerial directives on information sharing with foreign agencies.

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ATIP CSIS 117-2010-7

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2008

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“CSIS DDO Directive on information sharing with agencies with poor human rights records (2008),” Secret Law Gazette, accessed July 18, 2019, https://secretlaw.omeka.net/items/show/42.

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