I was wondering if The Intercept would fall under the same guidelines being used for Wikileaks, as The Intercept hosts classified information.
Some of which is "deemed" by the US Government to compromise national security.
After a second look, it seems that The Intercept hosts all their documents offsite on cloud servers. Is it just a matter of where the classified
information is actually hosted? It's such a complicated answer, I know. There's an abundance of Top Secret and Secret classified information readily
available to the public. This is not a place we've been before.
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