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Cross-Network Distribution of Content Signals for HTTP

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Authors Niel Robertson , Phillip Rzewski , Bradley Cain
Last updated 2000-11-17
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One of the goals of 'content peering' is to allow content providers increased control of content presentation in remote networks. In order to provide this, simple, commonly accepted implementations are required for content providers to originate control messages ('content signals'), for intermediate networks to relay them, and for edge networks to receive and act on them. This draft proposes such an implementation specifically for the control of HTTP content


Niel Robertson
Phillip Rzewski
Bradley Cain

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