ACL, or Access Control List, is a way of processing in which users are able to access objects in a computer file system, providing exclusivity to those with permission to view particular content.
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ACL can also stand for other concepts in the computing world. These include the programming language, Abortext Command Language, anti-corruption layer and Bluetooth’s data transmission link entitled, Asynchronous Connection-Less. Access Control List is essential for companies for reasons of security and privacy.