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Google announced today on their Webmaster Blog that they support the rel-canonical mechanism, formerly restricted to META elements, in HTTP headers now. That's great news, because it allows to canonicalize URIs of PDF docs, text files and whatnot. Personally, that's SUCCESS: I've requested this in 2009, nagging and nudging Google from time to time. Thanks, Google!
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