Re: [poe] Reviews of ODRL IM - Editor's Draft 3 August 2017

> 2.5.7 Remedy property with a Prohibition
> re "Note that if there is no remedy property for a Prohibition, then the Prohibition MUST NOT be exercised." This is unclear: "prohibition" means that an action must not/should not be exercised. And a remedy covers the case that this rule is not met - and it does not open the options "I may take the prohibition seriously or not, if not then I have to do the remedy". I suggest to remove this note.

Well, as I commented elsewhere, in other languages policies are considered "logically", being considered only "seriously". In XACML you would express:
* You can smoke a cigarette and pay a fine of $100.
* You can "not smoke a cigarette and not pay $100".

Norms are different and they are:
* "Smoking is forbidden"
* "Well, but if you still do, you'll have to pay $100"

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