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The authors describe early research1 on the Cross-Domain Language (CDL). CDL represents the first comprehensive effort towards an end-user language for specifying cross-domain information release policies. The main features of CDL are separation of "Sender release" and "Receiver acceptance" concerns through sender and receiver rules; a variety of structuring mechanisms for the modular development, management and deployment of rule bases; support for a rich set of regarding operators on simple as well as complex data types; support for pre and post release obligation modeling and modeling of advanced active access, usage and redissemination controls for better post-release control of information.
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