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confidentiality data category

From: Dave Lewis <dave.lewis@cs.tcd.ie>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 17:01:02 +0100
Message-ID: <4F8C423E.6020807@cs.tcd.ie>
To: public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org
Hi Des, guys,
I started a new topic on this, since I nearly missed this appended to 
the other thread. In general could everyone try and keep message content 
within the subject line topic, it makes tracking and filtering much easier.

I'd say this is a reasonable candidate for a category. it may be 
something we can include under the 'legal' category, since what you are 
really expressing (I think) is a prohibition on that source string and 
knowledge of its sources and context being available outside a known 
circle of organizations.

I certainly see issues trying to classify certain MT providers as 
'public' while assuming other MT providers wouldn't share source 
meta-data - so a usage permission based data category that can be 
checked against terms and conditions might be the best approach? What do 
you think?


On 05/04/2012 17:00, Des Oates wrote:
> I also have another candidate for this data category:
>     'Confidentiality'
>   This is used to disambiguate content that should not be sent to public MT services such as Google Translate or Bing due to the confidential nature of the content. Rather the content should be routed to internal MT engines, or not MT'd at all.  In it's simplest form it would be a simple true/false Boolean but it could also be defined as a scalar
> Do you think this would be a valid candidate to add to this category?
> Thanks
> Des
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