Enterprise Privacy Authorization Language
Enterprise Privacy Authorization Language (EPAL) is a formal language for writing enterprise privacy policies to govern data handling practices in IT systems according to fine-grained positive and negative authorization rights. It has been submitted by IBM to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to be considered for recommendation.
- XACML - eXtensible Access Control Markup Language, a standard by OASIS.
- EPAL 1.2 submission to the W3C 10 Nov 2003
- Technology Report on EPAL from OASIS
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