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Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp (david) and xbox One program manager Jasmine Lawrence explain HTTP and HTML in a codeorg video.

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New HTTP error code 451 to signal censorship
Will help catalogue attempts to limit information

El Reg:

The new code – 451 – is in honor of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel Fahrenheit 451 in which books are banned and any found are burned.

The idea is that rather than a web server, proxy or some other system returning a 403 code to a browser when information is blocked – i.e. you are not authorized to see it – the 451 status code will mean “unavailable for legal reasons.” Specifically, according to a draft RFC:

This status code indicates that the server is denying access to the resource as a consequence of a legal demand.

The server in question might not be an origin server. This type of legal demand typically most directly affects the operations of ISPs and search engines.

Microsoft’s search engine Bing has announced that it will encrypt all of its search traffic by default this summer. Bing had already offered optional encryption, but soon it will be a default for everyone.

This levels up Bing to match the security standards of the other big search giants like Google and Yahoo, and the added encryption also makes Bing a worthy search engine competitor. Google first made all search encrypted by default in 2013. Yahoo did so in 2014.

—  While this encryption move may seem like a tiny piece of news, it indicates a new shift toward better privacy standards. With Microsoft joining the ranks of Google and Yahoo in terms of security standards, this marks the first time the top three search engines provide privacy by default, making it much more difficult for external snoopers to know what people are searching for.
How to Utilize Open Mobile Internet Standards
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The mobile Internet communicates with HTTP(S), follows an architectural style called REST, serializes data as JSON & compresses with GZip and Deflate.

These different standards weren’t mashed together by a working group. They represent a grass-roots phenomenon that transformed how the Internet communicates.

Data traverses the globe through routers and firewalls via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol…

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www. is not deprecated
Really

The main non-technical reason I argue for leaving the www. in URLs is that it serves as a gentle reminder that there are other services than the Web on the Internet. Some of these, such as FTP and DNS, users typically use transparently without even realizing it. Others, such as e-mail, users access through separate applications.

Please note that I am in complete agreement with the no-www people that a domain’s main Web site should be accessible through both example.com and www.example.com. I argue, however, that www.example.com is the preferred form and that users going to example.com should be redirected to www.example.com.

The technical reasons to use www primarily apply to the largest web sites which receive millions (or more) of page views per day, web sites with a large number of services across several subdomains, and virtually any web site hosted in “the cloud” by an application service provider.


Personally I don’t think the reasons are too compelling for regular website owners who might rightly be more concerned with their own brand above their user’s understanding of the Internet. ‘Naked’ domains are cleaner and well understood. If a website becomes considerably more popular, a .htaccess 301 redirect can always be set up later.

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New HTTP error code 451 to signal censorship | The Register

Will help catalogue attempts to limit information

After a three-year campaign, the IETF has cleared the way for a new HTTP status code to reflect online censorship.

The new code – 451 – is in honor of Ray Bradbury’s classic novel Fahrenheit 451 in which books are banned and any found are burned.

The idea is that rather than a web server, proxy or some other system returning a 403 code to a browser when information is blocked – i.e. you are not authorized to see it – the 451 status code will mean “unavailable for legal reasons.”