Does an access token grant one access to make unlimited Requests to access every kind of information (using different endpoints) from that particular server or the information is always limited to the user’s account.
in this lesson (Learn data science with Python and R projects )this statement was made
So far, we’ve looked at endpoints where we need to explicitly provide the username of the person whose information we’re looking up. For example, we used
https://api.github.com/users/VikParuchuri/starredto pull up the repositories that
Since we’ve authenticated with our token, the system knows who we are, and it can show us some relevant information without us specifying our username.
Making a GET request to
https://api.github.com/userwill give us information about the user the authentication token is for.
There are other endpoints that behave like this. They automatically provide information or allow us to take actions as the authenticated user.
I really need clarification on what information or data the API authentication grants you access to.is it only the authentication users data or all data within the server