--- Comment #1 from Alex Monk <> ---
Should this even be necessary?

I think that the cURL backend ignores this and sets it's own accept-encoding,
and then returns the decoded response. The PHP backend does send this
accept-encoding header *if asked by the caller* (e.g. with the code you
mentioned), but does not decode the response.

I think we should modify the PHP backend to behave the same as the cURL one,
and don't bother relying on the caller to set Accept-Encoding.

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