[At-Large] Google Developers : Humans can't read URLs. How can we fix it? - HTTP 203
Dr. Alejandro Pisanty Baruch
apisan at unam.mx
Sun Feb 9 19:23:16 UTC 2020
thanks a lot for sending this. While at first it may seem off-topic, it cuts deeply into very relevant questions for us: is this just one more iteration of "domain names will cease to be relevant soon" or is it a move or trend that will definitely undermine their importance and therefore also change the markets? If it proceeds, what balances of power will appear that we don't face now? One example: will the companies that operate search or that provide browsers (or both!) earn new powers? This is already being discussed elsewhere. What are the views that are relevant for ICANN Internet users At Large, and other stakeholders?
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Dr. Alejandro Pisanty
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Desde: At-Large [at-large-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] en nombre de Dev Anand Teelucksingh [devtee at gmail.com]
Enviado el: viernes, 07 de febrero de 2020 11:21
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Asunto: [At-Large] Google Developers : Humans can't read URLs. How can we fix it? - HTTP 203
"In this episode, Jake makes the case that URLs are impossible for humans to interpret, especially when it comes to security. What are browsers doing today to overcome that? And, is there a better way"
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