You don't. Data is data.
If you need it to handle like it's not data you need to make it not be data. People facing this have come up with a couple of schemes:
It could work like a smartcard so it's a self-contained active device that can't be read (for duplication) and you can only negotiate with the device to give you temporary access. Then you could have anti-tampering tricks in it. Self-destruction on 'oklahoma' can be done by the gatekeeper logic.
It could be on-line or otherwise in a "trusted" place, and as before you'd need to negotiate temporary access to it. This means there isn't any access to the container. You'll need someone/something that provides the gatekeeping service for you. They should also guarantee that the data is destroyed on 'oklahoma'.