§ 635.15Release of law enforcement information furnished by foreign governments or international organizations.
(a) Information furnished by foreign governments or international organizations is subject to disclosure, unless exempted by AR 25-55, AR 340-21, federal statutes or executive orders.
(b) Information may be received from a foreign source under an express pledge of confidentiality as described in AR 25-55 and AR 340-21 (or under an implied pledge of confidentiality given prior to September 27, 1975).
(1) Foreign sources will be advised of the provisions of the Privacy Act of 1974, the FOIA, and the general and specific law enforcement exemptions available, as outlined in AR 340-21 and AR 25-55.
(2) Information received under an express promise of confidentiality will be annotated in the MPR or other applicable record.
(3) Information obtained under terms of confidentiality must clearly aid in furthering a criminal investigation.
(c) Denial recommendations concerning information obtained under a pledge of confidentiality, like other denial recommendations, will be forwarded by the records custodian to the appropriate IDA or AARA per AR 25-55 or AR 340-21.
(d) Release of U.S. information (classified military information or controlled unclassified information) to foreign governments is accomplished per AR 380-10.
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