A record is private only if all security roles only include the Read A privilege required to read a record. Which records can be read depends on the access level of the permission defined in your security role. privilege at the User User An access level that lets the user work with record types they own, record types that are shared with the user, and record types that are shared with the team of which the user is a member. For example, if a user is assigned the User access level on the Read privilege for Account records, the only accounts that can be read are those that are owned by or shared to the user. for the record type, and if the record has not been shared.
For example, by default, all security roles include the Read A privilege required to read a record. Which records can be read depends on the access level of the permission defined in your security role. privilege at the Organization Organization An access level that lets the user work with all record types within the entire organization, regardless of the business unit hierarchical level to which the entity or user belongs. Users who have Organization access automatically have Parent: Child Business Units, Business Unit, and User access as well. level for contacts, accounts, and activities, so unless security roles have been customized in your organization, account, contact, and activity records are not private. A user cannot reduce privileges that are granted in security roles.