I’m trying to understand what level of privacy BinderHub/JupyterHub/JupyterServer provide when working with private repos.
I saw that BinderHub does support authentication and that users can be set up to only launch one instance at a time. But I also saw this section of the docs which say “any user can build any private repository that BinderHub has access to.”
Do I understand right that enabling authentication for BinderHub does not actually make the private repos launched by BinderHub private internally? Instead, the authentication just restricts the number of servers a user can run (and stops non-authenticated users from launching instances)?
My hope was to be to limit access to each notebook to one user and a few administrators who can access all notebooks.