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On a day dubbed Global Climate Strike, climate change was the theme of marches in at least 90 countries, including Paris and Stockholm, where more than a million people protested.

Demonstrations began in the French capital in the morning.

In France, protesters called for the right to exist and be recognised in their own name for Indigenous Peoples while also demanding their access to territories such as the Amazon and the Congo.

They also demanded an economy “greened” by the abolition of fossil fuels and the reduction of meat consumption.Q:

How can I determine the best place to put files/functions under my web app, if I’m worried about security?

I recently finished reading Pro ASP.net MVC 2 Framework and working through CodeProject’s.net tutorial.
It seems fairly straight forward to use the File() function or @functions to put a function or piece of code to be used by users. However, I am worried about security and want to make sure I’ve correctly set-up a program for my web application. Here’s the thing:
I’m only worried about the site having its own folder on the web server and not worrying about other areas that may be considered “security zones”.
In the example from the CodeProject article, one of the files the article puts the File() call in is a MyFunctions.cs file, which I understand to be the “normal” way to declare the function or piece of code to be used (so the “global” or static area) and also a File() call in this same.cs file…so there are two calls to the File() function, one in the global area (for things that are not stored to SQL Server) and one in the actual function.
There was more detail on security to the File() call that I missed in the article, so I’ll include it here.

The File function lets you return strings from the
web server without knowing how to access the page source and
without storing the file on the server itself.

What I am confused about, and what I was hoping this question could clear up (or give me different options I

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