HTTP/2

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HTTP/2 makes for faster connections, provided both ends are using it.

Firefox36 and IE11 now support HTTP/2. Google Chrome will have it soon.

Not many servers support it now, but they'll begin switching over.

If your browser doesn't support HTTP/2, no biggie, as the servers will automatically drop back to old HTTP if they can't negotiate an HTTP/2 connection.

In other words, users don't have to do a thing about it. They won't notice any changes, except perhaps faster connections.
 

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So we get faster service free without net neutering
 

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