csarven on current-status
Added Publication Status Agree… (compare)
acl:accessTostatements about the same authorisation node are possible, but what matters is that you check whether or not the authorisation node gives access to the resource from which you followed the link. So if you look at /folder/ and see a link header that points you to /.one-big-acl-doc then you need to look only at authorisation nodes in there that have
#node acl:accessTo </folder/>, and not to any other authorisation nodes that may exist in that /.one-big-acl-doc
trustedAppare not, because they address much more specific, and likely orthogonal issue, than the ACL terms
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