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OASIS Looks To Use XML To Assist Fight Aginst Terrorism

The OASIS technology standards group said Thursday it has formed a committee to develop a global technical framework for the searching and sharing of suspected criminal and terrorist evidence by law enforcement agencies. The non-profit consortium formed the technical committee to enable law enforcement in different countries to meet legislative mandates, such as the U.S. Homeland Security Information Sharing Act and the Lawful Intercept protocol of the European Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters. OASIS plans to develop communication standards using extensible markup language, or XML, to assist government agencies in sharing information. Those agencies would include law enforcement, courts, and security. Full Story

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