Definition of unclassified
1 : not placed or belonging in a class
2 : not subject to a security classification unclassified information
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Artan posted those comments at 9:49 a.m. on Nov. 28, three minutes before the attack began, according to an unclassified FBI report showing the time line of the attack that was released through the open records request.
During President Obama's term, the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology completed two studies, both classified and unclassified, into the threats presented by cyberattacks and bioengineering.
The Pentagon on Thursday released an unclassified summary of its own investigation into a deadly raid on a residential building in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
The Pentagon on Thursday released an unclassified summary of its investigation into a deadly March raid on a residential building in the Iraqi city of Mosul, where Islamic State fighters are holed up and battling Iraqi forces.
Those emails were unclassified, but WikiLeaks has published hundreds of thousands of classified American documents.
Sure, Gore is newly committed to some reasonable principles – that any US encryption system should be voluntary, exportable, unclassified, et cetera.
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Definition of unclassified for English Language Learners
: not kept secret by the government
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