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Jörgen is a village in the municipality of Tieschen in the Bezirk of Südoststeiermark in the Federal State of Styria in Austria. Its population was 159 in 2016. Jörgen is known for its fine white wines. Next to the more common white wines, it produces Uhudler wines in small quantities. Uhudler is a unique wine from Austria. In Jörgen the white version may be found, whereas is in Burgenland, its appearance is a rosé colour, it has intense flavours of strawberry and black currants, a characteristic taste called "foxy" in wine parlance. The grape varieties used are resistant to phylloxera and other diseases, they require little fertilization because of their vigorous growth

Executive Order 12333

Executive Order 12333, signed on December 4, 1981 by U. S. President Ronald Reagan, was an Executive Order intended to extend powers and responsibilities of U. S. intelligence agencies and direct the leaders of U. S. federal agencies to co-operate with CIA requests for information. This executive order was titled United States Intelligence Activities, it was amended by Executive Order 13355: Strengthened Management of the Intelligence Community, on August 27, 2004. On July 30, 2008, President George W. Bush issued Executive Order 13470 amending Executive Order 12333 to strengthen the role of the Director of National Intelligence. "Goals, Direction and Responsibilities with Respect to the National Intelligence Effort" lays out roles for various intelligence agencies, including the Departments of Defense, Energy and Treasury. "Conduct of Intelligence Activities" provides guidelines for actions of intelligence agencies. Part 2.3 permits collection and dissemination of the following types of information along with several others.

Information obtained in the course of a lawful foreign intelligence, counterintelligence, international narcotics or international terrorism investigation... Incidentally obtained information that may indicate involvement in activities that may violate federal, local or foreign laws Part 2.11 of this executive order reiterates a proscription on US intelligence agencies sponsoring or carrying out an assassination. It reads: No person employed by or acting on behalf of the United States Government shall engage in, or conspire to engage in, assassination. EO 11905 had banned political assassinations and EO 12036 had further banned indirect U. S. involvement in assassinations. As early as 1998, this proscription against assassination was reinterpreted, relaxed, for targets who are classified by the United States as connected to terrorism. Executive Order 12333 has been regarded by the American intelligence community as a fundamental document authorizing the expansion of data collection activities.

The document has been employed by the National Security Agency as legal authorization for its collection of unencrypted information flowing through the data centers of internet communications giants Google and Yahoo!. In July 2014 chairman David Medine and two other members of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, a government oversight agency, indicated a desire to review Executive Order 12333 in the near future, according to a report by journalist Spencer Ackerman of The Guardian. In July 2014, former State Department official John Tye published an editorial in The Washington Post, citing his prior access to classified material on intelligence-gathering activities under Executive Order 12333, arguing that the order represented a significant threat to Americans' privacy and civil liberties. In the movie Get Smart, Agent 23 tells Maxwell Smart,"assassinations are prohibited by Executive Order 1-2-333." United States Intelligence Community Church Committee COINTELPRO List of United States federal executive orders Targeted killing Full text Ronald Reagan, "Executive Order 12333—United States Intelligence Activities", Federal Register, December 4, 1981.

Metadata concerning Executive Order 12333, US Federal Register – indicates other executive orders that this E. O. amends, is amended by. Executive Order 12333 Documents Redefine'Collection,' Authorize Majority Of Dragnet Surveillance Programs, Techdirt, 2014/09/29 Should U. S. officials say anything that could harm U. S. soldiers?, Milnet – Executive Order 13355: Strengthened Management of the Intelligence Community, White House, August 27, 2004. Executive Order 13355: Strengthened Management of the Intelligence Community, US Federal Register, September 1, 2004. Procedures Governing the Activities of DoD Intelligence Components that Affect United States Persons, December 1982. Another Law Under Assault, Washington Post, September 29, 2005. Hess, Pamela. "Experts: Yemen strike not assassination". UPI. Elizabeth B. Bazan. "Assassination Ban and E. O. 12333:A Brief Summary". CRS Report for Congress. Retrieved April 26, 2006. Tom O'Connor, Mark Stevens. "The Handling of Illegal Enemy Combatants". Archived from the original on May 5, 2006.

Retrieved April 26, 2006. "Memorandum on Executive Order 12333 and Assassination". Archived from the original on May 24, 2006. Retrieved April 26, 2006. Jeffrey Addicott. "The Yemen Attack: Illegal Assassination or Lawful Killing?". JURIST. Archived from the original on April 18, 2006. Retrieved April 26, 2006