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Workshop on Access Control Application Scenarios Report

From: Robin Berjon <robin@berjon.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Feb 2010 19:08:33 +0100
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this may be of interest for some aspects of the policy/privacy discussion.

Report Examines Access Control, Privacy Issues

  28 January 2010 | Archive


  W3C has published a report and full minutes of the Workshop on
  Access Control Application Scenarios, held in Luxembourg in
  November 2009. Participants from 17 organizations examined the
  current limitations of access control, privacy enhancement,
  distributed handling of access control, and other challenging
  use cases. eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML)
  was a focus of the Workshop, though not the exclusive topic of
  conversation. The report summarizes the major "takeaways" from
  the Workshop, related to XACML semantics, "sticky" policies,
  and credentials-based access control. The OASIS XACML Technical
  Committee is expected to take up these topics. W3C's Policy
  Languages Interest Group (PLING) is expected to discuss data
  handling policies and the matching and triggering of events in
  the privacy context.


Robin Berjon - http://berjon.com/
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