Using Semantic Web Technologies for Policy Management on the Web

  title={Using Semantic Web Technologies for Policy Management on the Web},
  author={Lalana Kagal and Tim Berners-Lee and Dan Connolly and Daniel J. Weitzner},
With policy management becoming popular as a means of providing flexible Web security, the number of policy languages being proposed for the Web is constantly increasing. We recognize the importance of policies for securing the Web and believe that the future will only bring more policy languages. We do not, however, believe that users should be forced to conform the description of their policy relationships to a single standard policy language. Instead there should be a way of encompassing… CONTINUE READING
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