In what circumstances may the AIS be switched off, according to IMO Guidelines?

Paragraph 21 of IMO AIS Guidelines states: “If the master believes that the continual operation of AIS might compromise the safety or security of his/her ship or where security incidents are imminent, the AIS may be switched off.”

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