The W3C and the IETF have finally made WebRTC an official standard. WebRTC has been supported by popular web browsers since 2012 and enables peer-to-peer video and audio calls on the web.
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The Internet Engineering Task Force has approved a final name for the HTTP-over-QUIC protocol, which will soon be called HTTP/3. This will be the first major update to the protocol since 2015.
Microsoft has announced the Identity Bounty Program, inviting security researchers to find vulnerabilities in identity services, and offering payouts ranging from $500 to $100,000.
A new proposal has been submitted to the Internet Engineering Task Force. It aims to secure email by sending messages over a secure connection. The proposal has support from tech firms such as Google.
It has never been clear why a website is blocked or unavailable, but a new HTTP status code, "Unavailable For Legal Reasons," will change this and attempt to shed some light on the issue.