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Why? Because it can help improve the user experience (page payload, image sizes etc). There's a good reason why Google, Facebook, Netflix, eBay, Yahoo, BBC, Amazon etc. do it. It's also part of RFC 1945 (HTTP 1.0) and RFC 2616 (RFC 1.1). Not exactly a hack -- it's designed into the HTTP protocol since 1996.



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