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Poland's government approved a new state secrecy bill on Tuesday to adjust the protection of data to the requirements of NATO and European Union membership.

"The draft law has been prepared, because Poland lacks a modern system of protecting secret information, which would take into account state security and NATO requirements," the government said in a statement.

The bill, which now goes to parliament for approval, would create a new government body, called the Secret Information Protection Committee, which would decide what information should be secret and oversee its protection.

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