edmo: He's an American.
ZAZ: They never taught us in compliance class how to deal with dual citizens. If he had been a citizen of an evil country* and not the U.S., letting him see military information would be illegal. A coworker in a previous software job was a Chinese citizen. When we got bought by a big company with an export compliance department we learned she was not legally allowed to see the work she had been doing the past decade. It was related to high performance computing, which can't be exported to China. Letting a foreign citizen have information is legally the same as exporting to that country.* The U.S. government has an official list of evil countries, including Iran, North Korea, and pre-revolution Libya.
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