I browse the Cesium ion community issues on GitHub and note that people often share asset IDs which need debugging or review.
I got to wondering who has access to these cesium ion assets? If the answer to this is available anywhere I could not locate it.
This recent article https://www.geospatialworld.net/article/exploring-true-potential-of-3d-geospatial/ and Patrick’s comments regarding privacy prompted my question.
I think the work that Cesium and the team are doing is great. My employer has a cesium ion account and it is possible that in time we may post content which we consider sensitive or proprietary. I hope to better understand the boundaries between the contributor community and the company.
Thanks for the kind words! Posting your asset ID does not enable anyone to access your assets. In order to access assets in your ion account, a user would need an access token that gives them permission to see that particular asset. So if you have a web CesiumJS web app that displays your asset, it would be using an access token to give the client this permission.
When you create an access token you can specify which assets it has permission to (so you can allow an application to access one asset without accessing everything in your account). So nothing in your account will be publicly available unless you publicly post an access token. Access tokens can also be revoked to revoke access.
What kind of work do you do with Cesium?
It was the last paragraph I was unsure about.
We run an internal TerriaJS map.