Sovereign Privacy State Secrets Act 2011

Sovereign Privacy State Secrets Act 2011, updated 10/16/22, 4:33 AM


This law, by the short title “State Secrets Act”, exercises sovereign authority over certain information and materials which are otherwise protected by pre-existing conventional and international laws which establish legal privilege of privacy rights, confidentiality rights or intellectual property rights. It classifies such information or materials already protected by conventional law as State Secrets, asserting additional sovereign rights in the same matter, providing for stronger enforcement of otherwise pre-established legal rights. An official legislative or regulatory Act or Law, enacted by the Sovereign Magistral Order of the Temple of Solomon, as the nation-state subject of international law embodying the original Knights Templar from 1118 AD.

About Knights Templar Order

The Sovereign Magistral Order of the Temple of Solomon, the direct continuation of the original historical institution of the legendary Knights Templar, founded in 1118 AD, fully restored as a sovereign subject of international law in 2013 AD, embodying the authentic Templar heritage.

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