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[Bug 7681] link tag: rel: associate pages about the same person across many sites

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Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 01:39:37 +0000
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--- Comment #2 from Nick Levinson <Nick_Levinson@yahoo.com>  2009-09-22 01:39:37 ---
No, it doesn't. The "me" points to a canonical page, not a person. And which
page is canonical for Attila the Hun might not be subject to general agreement.

This proposal is for describing the human. Multiple pages across many websites
that have the same link element, because they contain the same personally
identifying information, can be associated as representing the same person.
That helps search engines.

Thanks.

-- 
Nick


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