From: Philippe Verdy (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 24 2007 - 05:27:12 CST
> Agreed, blocking PUAs from html pages would lead to people putting the
> charcters they want in non PUA locations, which is much worse.
I never asked for blocking PUAs on the web. Just that using them on the web should require an explicit protocol, and that the absence of such protocol is a severe issue, which also exposes users to security risks (notably if they need to install some site-specific software to get acces to the content), as well as bad mutual understanding and incorrect interpretations, if the only protocol consists in describing the protocol using a non-understandable humane language.
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