Definitions[edit | edit source]

Computer programming[edit | edit source]

A rule means

a special rule on how to use, in a particular program, a programming language mentioned in the preceding item.[1]

General[edit | edit source]

A rule is

[a] specific requirement or prohibition that is stated to prevent deviations from policy or procedure. A violation of a rule typically results in an internal investigation and may result in disciplinary action.[2]

Network security[edit | edit source]

Rules "are the mechanism that determines which packets are allowed in and out of the network. The collection of rules that are being applied by network devices can also be referred to as Access Control Lists (“ACLs”). Threats are continually evolving, and as a result, rules can be automatically updated or swapped in switches, routers and firewalls by other management devices in the network that intake threat intelligence information."[3]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Japan Law No. 48 of 1970, Art. 10(3)(ii).
  2. U.S. Department of Justice, Minimum Criminal Intelligence Training Standards for Law Enforcement and Other Criminal Justice Agencies in the United States 45 (Ver. 2) (Oct. 2007) (full-text).
  3. Centripetal Networks, Inc. v. Cisco Sys., Inc., 2020 WL 5887916, at *7 (E.D. Va. Oct. 5, 2020).
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