Have you ever heard the expression “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know”? This is often true in the real world, and it’s equally true for computer systems. Most systems rely on the idea that every user has an individual account that is not shared with, or accessible by, other people. That paradigm has been in effect for nearly 50 years, and it still holds up pretty well for most uses. In some cases, however, you don’t want to assign permissions or ...
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