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RE: Intelligent Rating Systems

From: Ken Meyering <immedia@netwest.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 1995 18:08:03 -0700
Message-Id: <199506270110.SAA24868@saguaro.netwest.com>
To: bede@scotty.mitre.org, www-talk@www10.w3.org
Cc: peterd@bunyip.com, marc@matahari.ckm.ucsf.edu, michael@junction.net, rating@junction.net, uri@bunyip.com
At 08:05 PM 6/26/95 -0400, bede@scotty.mitre.org wrote:

>In this scheme, the HTTP client might receive a header like this:
>    Content-Rating: MPAA "PG13+AC+AL"
>The client might also *send* a header like this as part of a
>negotiation, as is now the case with "Accept:" headers.  In the case
>of a server, though, the server is claiming that the "MPAA" rated the
>attached document "PG13+AC+AL".  The client is free to verify this
>claim, possibly by using a "content-rating" protocol.

How would this scheme handle the following URL?  (Pardon my honesty.)


Ken Meyering
Received on Monday, 26 June 1995 21:05:42 UTC

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