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Re: Browser Interpretation of Location: Header

From: Darren New <dnew@sgf.fv.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Aug 1995 19:38:36 +0100
To: Marc Hedlund <hedlund@best.com>
Cc: Jeff Rawlings <rawlings@navisoft.com>, Jim Killian <jkillian@access.digex.net>, www-talk@w3.org
Message-Id: <Pine.3.89.9508311907.B9319-0100000@sgf.fv.com>
> Another respondant has quoted from the spec, which says the user should
> confirm the repost.  For instance, if I set up a form on my home page that
> asked for your name and address, and redirected your post to, say, a
> Penthouse magazine form for a "bill me later" subscription (if one does
> exist or is ever installed), you might be unhappy with the automatic
> reposting of your personal information.

Of course, who looks at the source of the HTML to see where the FORM 
points in the first place?
Received on Thursday, 31 August 1995 19:46:47 GMT

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