Question: Which of the following best describes the difference between content and context access control?
A. Content access control is based on the sensitivity of the data and contextaccess control is based on the prior operations.
B. Content access control is based on the prior operations and context accesscontrol is based on the sensitivity of the data.
C. Context pertains to the use of database views and content access controlpertains to tracking the requestors previous access requests.
D. Context pertains to the use of the DAC model and content pertains to the use ofthe MAC model.

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