But the move to https is to be expected since that's where the whole web
is moving acknowledging that there are few thins not security and
privacy relevant out there.
It's, for example, one additional step to make it harder for 3rd parties
to spoof "trusted" web sites.

Google chrome will start to show a warning every time you open a
non-https web site some time next year, Apple will force Apps to use TLS
communication with servers from end of this year (and force backend
providers to offer TLS interfaces on the way), it's a general trend, not
just the BBC



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