use unclassified in a sentence.
The document says "UNCLASSIFIED" in the footer of every page.
The "just because they are public does not make them unclassified" argument is definitely a new one to me.
Do you mean public domain as in "unclassified", or public domain as in "publically accessible"?
That would be rather foolish of them, since classified information does not become instantly unclassified upon leakage.
They should do is with all unclassified govt software.
So what would they be doing, unclassified spying?
Most of the computers in a defence facility are unclassified or restricted.
At my job, just because something leaked through Wikileaks doesn't mean its unclassified....
Just how big of an unclassified specimen backlog do most museums have?
US military unclassified systems are a mess...
The key words here are "unclassified government systems".
Prior to Wikileaks and an Executive Order addressing the matter of classified information in public domain, the presence of classified information on an unclassified system almost certainly required a deliberate effort to remove the classified information.