The world’s largest electronic mail system, the Mail, has been classified by a secret international treaty as a terrorist organisation.

The Mail, which has grown into the world’s most popular and profitable publication, was also classified as a threat to national security by the United States, the U.K. and Canada.

It is the first time the United Nations has formally classified an electronic communication service as a foreign agent, although it is common for countries to classify their own citizens as foreign agents.

A number of news outlets, including The Times of London, The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal, have been classified as foreign-agent organizations.

The Mail was classified as an agent for Britain and Canada by the US and the EU, while it was classified in both countries as a spy service for the U,K.

“The Mail has become the most valuable, powerful and influential electronic communication system in the world,” said David Llewellyn, a former British foreign secretary who was appointed by Prime Minister David Cameron as ambassador to the United Arab Emirates in 2016.

Mightier than the U-2 spy plane?

The U.S. and Britain have long been accused of spying on the Mail’s communications.

In the wake of the Snowden revelations, the White House said it would not certify the Mail to operate in the U