I'm having difficulties anlysing the USB Type-C Spec R2, section 18.104.22.168 "USB Type-C Current" paragraph. It is said that "When a Source is advertising USB Type-C Default current, the Sink behavior is defined as follows: [...] It attaches as a USB Type-C Power Sinking Device (PSD), after which the Sink may draw up to 500 mA. ". I'm not sure if the USB Type-C default current advertised is referring to the USB 2.0/3.x:0.5/0.9A (which I think is the case given the previous paragraph) or the 1.5/3A usb type-c current.
The former interpretation would be a violation of the USB 2.0/3.x, since you can't draw more than 100mA without enumeration. The latter would mean that every website saying you only need to monitor the CC lines to draw up to 0.1/1.5/3A depending on the state of CC is wrong, and I would also not understand the whole point of the CC current advertisement.
Given the use of "default" in the previous and next paragraphs I believe it's the former interpretation. Am I wrong to believe there's a violation?