With the "Access Protection" module, public access to brix:anura / CELUM ContentLand can now also be restricted by requiring a CELUM login. Furthermore, it is now possible to dynamically determine the endpoint based on membership of a CELUM user group. This enables users to view division-specific content, for example.
The content of every response can now be restricted globally via a filter in the back-end. For example you could define that no asset with an expired copyright should displayed. So when a visitor is searching for copyrighted assets, only assets that have a valid copyright will be displayed. The search criteria entered in the front-end are therefore always narrowed down automatically.