The manual shows how the military coded each prisoner according to the level of access the Red Cross would have. The four levels are:Were such rules captured in XACML, then automatic logging in support of audit would be ... oh wait, that's right, audit was deemed out of scope.
* No Access
* Visual Access -- ICRC can only look at a prisoner's physical condition.
* Restricted Access -- ICRC representatives can only ask short questions about the prisoner's health.
* Unrestricted Access
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
XACML Use Case
Wired reports on an Operating Manual for Guantanamo Bay prison camp