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The documentation of the syntax is not the best, and it's only on the DataColumn.Expression page:
DataColumn.Expression Property (System.Data) | Microsoft Docs[^]

As far as I'm aware, the filter never goes anywhere near the database; it's only executed locally. And as you say, the syntax doesn't allow for data modification, so the worst that could happen is you'd see the wrong data in the resulting DataView.

Obviously if you're relying on the view to filter out data that the current user shouldn't be allowed to see, that could still be a problem. But that would be a data-disclosure vulnerability, rather than a data-modification vulnerability. Smile | :)



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