Re: [webrtc-stats] Should WebRTC be [SecureContext]

@ylafon I don't see how [SecureContext] is relevant for the stats document, simply because of how the rules are distributed between it and the webrtc-pc document - this document has no interfaces.
The webrtc-pc document has normative text for the API calls. The stats section ( has a "partial interface RTCPeerConnection".

The discussions when reviewing the webrtc-pc document led to a conclusion that it was compliant for a WebRTC implementation to only expose the interfaces in a secure context, and this is what people implement today - but the agreement was to not mandate it at the time.

I can't find a place where this is stated clearly offhand - most relevant I can find is here: - but it doesn't constitute an outright "SecureContext" policy.

I don't think this is an issue for webrtc-pc, for the reasons given in the first para, but it might be reasonable to add it to the list of open issues for webrtc-pc, to be addressed when that spec recycles at CR.

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