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Re: [poe] Harmonise how a Duty with consequences should be evaluated

From: Renato Iannella via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 04 Oct 2017 02:03:36 +0000
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I understands where the issue is - but the ODRL IM does not define any temporal constraints, only that the duty is satisfied or not. From a machine perspective this may be difficult with a hard-coded date. From a business perspective, it does work (ie you can still pay a bill after the due date in most companies ;-) 

So the IM, i think, is correct in the scope of the normative statements. 

As an example, the GDPR  may say you have 60 days to remove my personal data, otherwise you are fined $EU10,000. After 61 days I pay the fine, but I don't remove the personal data since the 60 days has passed. This is not the **intention** of the consequence.

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