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chinese wall

noun barrier, detachment, disconnection, disunion, dividing wall, division, grouping, impenetrable barrier, isolation, partition, safeguard, secure separation, segmentation, severance, shield, total separation
Associated concepts: Chinese wall between clients, conflict of interest, conflicts of interests
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Sharifi and Tripunitara [17] proposed an approach for enforcing the Chinese Wall security policy in a least-restrictive manner compared to Brewer and Nash's specification [11].
A Chinese wall is used--and management, specification, development and certification personnel are involved.
Following the burst of the dot-com bubble in 2003, then-New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer spear-headed an effort to establish a "Chinese wall"--a firewall or ethical barrier--to reduce conflicts of interest between research analysts and investment bankers.
Chinese Wall and Inside Out were his second and third solo albums, originally released in 1984 and 1986, and now available on one budget-priced CD.
Risky or sensitive combination of permissions or objects are important concepts in access control, Chinese Wall policy and SSoD are discussed in different literatures [7][26][27] to present sensitive combination of permissions or objects.
Reading the magazine tonight I sense a crumbling of the (often touted, not sure how real) "Chinese Wall" between editorial and ad sales.
"There's a Chinese wall between investment and valuation departments to avoid conflict of interest," said Ahmad Saidali, Vice-President for Investment Fund & Advisory, CB Richard Ellis Middle East.
SEC regulations require that a "Chinese wall" must separate those individuals acting as middlemen in "market making" deals from those who advise clients about buying securities.
Earlier in the interview, Ronald had told of a Chinese Wall between himself and whoever was holding the stolen art treasure as he explained the financial arrangements he had made to secure the painting.
<![CDATA[ Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer and Vice Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon are trying to scale a Chinese wall against tough sanctions on Iran.
Aya Miyama put Japan in front with a 19th-minute free kick in bitterly cold conditions at Ajinomoto Stadium, the midfielder rifling the ball over the Chinese wall and in off the post to give goalkeeper Zhang Yanru no chance.
It is the first insurance coverage action regarding Chinese drywall to be filed in the Chinese wall board multi-district litigation in the Eastern District of Louisiana.

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