Used to filter and distinguish content streams. If a content stream declares a type, and the type is declared as AF Document, then this filter is used to validate the stream and perform [EATSv5] processing logic on the content relative to the task in process, assuming it is valid. The validation also provides a rapid rejection of invalid claims.
All data moves through a chain of responsibility for functionality from the processing of input through to the production of results for communication, notification, etc.[af-document] [manifest]
|Fork||CRUD Type||Containment Set||Privacy Set||Privacy Default|
|All||Public||Public||[Public], [Open Content], [Distribution/Access costs [af may] be involved]. [Af All] public facilities [af should] have access.||Inherited from commons by default for public right of oversight on continuance concerns.|
|Restricted||Restricted||Restricted||Derived by action from private default.||Private data becomes restricted when shared with an entity other than another variant of one’s own identity. For example, my seven logins are all me. If I share with Hallie, that’s a share, and now the data is no longer private, it is now restricted. Private is not shared, except between the person and the machine which is their writing implement, Henry Thoreau’s pen for writing his diary, updated by some technical tooling for the ignorant on the SCOTUS, that which acts as their notepad, as quill and paper once did, secure in one’s home with one’s thoughts. This a a legal issue, for debate in that technical forum if you want to discuss it.|