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lightning access check and salesforce1

With Winter 17, access checks for Lightning components will be enforced. If unspecified, the default access value is "public" which means the component will be "Available within your org only".

Am I right to assume Salesforce1 is considered "within your org" and therefore Lightning components will pass the access check if access is unspecified?
Available info about when global access is needed:

"Mark your resources, such as a component, with access="global" to make the resource usable outside of your own org. For example, if you want a component to be usable in an installed package or by a Lightning App Builder user or a Community Builder user in another org."
(in case it wasn't obvious, that wasn't actually an answer, it was additional information about the original question)