Sharing Power BI Content Via E-Mail

Steve Hughes looks at the security implications of being able to share Power BI reports through e-mail:

My account does not have Power BI Pro, but now I can try it for free for 60 days and get access to the data while I am on the trial. I clicked both options, because I can. The Upgrade account option would require me to pay for Pro. However, Try Pro for free works and I was able to access the report fully. I have successfully shared my corporate content with a personal user.

Steve shows us where you can go to disable this if you want, as well as places where you can see what content has been shared.

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