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W3C Proposes Flexibility on Royalty-Free Policy

The W3C, concerned that some of its work on web services standards could slow, last week began searching for a flexible compromise on the controversial plan to allow only royalty-free technologies to be considered as standards. While W3C insists the new plan keeps the RF preferences in place, the body wants to provide flexibility on a case-by-case basis. See the plan.

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XACML -- A No-Nonsense Developer's Guide

OASIS has just adopted XACML as an open standard to help developers build interoperable access controls security for XML documents and end-to-end transactions. In this story, we provide a developer's guide to XACML, including reasons to use it, how to use it and when to get free (and Open) sample code.

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Vendors Issue 2003 Web Services Security Agenda

With the adoption of the WS-Security spec imminent, Microsoft, IBM and other WS-I members will push "up-the-stack" in 2003 to address two key web services security issues -- setting and managing security policies and communications between trusted partners. Take a look at the six new high-level security proposals on the table.

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W3C Last Call Goes Royalty Free

The W3C wants to make sure that technologies that are adopted -- or even considered -- as web services standards be available to ISVs and end users on a royalty-free basis. Failing that, the group wants to put in place work-around policies that will make sure work on web services standards doesn't drag. After more than a year of discussion and back-and-forth proposals, the W3C last week released its Last Call document lining out its Royalty-Free Patent Policy.

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