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Default How to protect my parameters

I have a report with parameter called "parm1", that gets a value of "true" or "false" depanding on another parameter.

When the report is runnig the parm1 value is "false".
How can I protect this parameter from a change by the user?
I mean - the user can run the report and then add to the url "&param1 = true".

Can I do anything against that?
I tried marking it as "internal" and I thought that now it can get his value only from inside the report but it didn't worked.

Any ideas?


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