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[Bug 6606] generic 3rd-party <mark>, Smart Tags, and Activities prevention

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--- Comment #14 from Nick Levinson <Nick_Levinson@yahoo.com>  2009-07-01 09:02:32 ---
There's no objection  to the website owner marking up their own pages with all
uses of the mark tag and other tags.

I was responding to the view that HTML5 would neither give or deny permission
for anything relevant. I was showing that it would. I agree with most of those
permissions and denials, including most of those associated with the mark tag,
and was focusing attention on just one permission.

A specific proposal on the mark element is at
<http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=6774#c16>.

Thanks.

-- 
Nick


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