Re: [http-state] Closing Ticket 3: Public Suffixes

eric bianchetti <eric_bianchetti@yahoo.com> Sun, 31 January 2010 22:36 UTC

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That part does not please : 

The cookie-value is opaque to the user agent and MAY be anything the
   origin server chooses to send, possibly in a server-selected
   printable ASCII encoding.

Livng and working in a non ASCII country, I tend to think we shall prepare for the coming of the other languages (Thai, Chines, Korean ....), IF a person get a cookie from a Thai server , can we securely suppose that person(computer) went to a thai site, and that person is using Thai on a daily basis? (Replace Thai by any multi bytes languages).

Hope it make some sense.

Eric Bianchetti