The first law of OAuth states that the total number of authorized access tokens must remain constant in an isolated system.
The second law of OAuth states that the overall security of the system will always increase or remain constant over time.
The third law of OAuth states that as the security of the system approaches absolute, the ability to grant authorized access approaches zero.
The zeroth law of OAuth states that if two systems are in authorization equilibrium with a third system, they are also in authorization equilibrium with each other. In other words, if two systems have the same access rights and permissions, they are considered to be in a state of authorization equilibrium.
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