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Google Search Central
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The X-Robots-Tag HTTP header is used to indicate how a web page is to be indexed within public search engine results. The header is effectively equivalent to <code>&lt;meta name="robots" content="..."&gt;</code>.
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The X-Robots-Tag HTTP header is used to indicate how a web page is to be indexed within public search engine results. The header is effectively equivalent to <code>&lt;meta name="robots" content="..."&gt;</code>.

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Setup Location
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Setup Location

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W3C Working Draft

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Permissions Policy is a web platform API which gives a website the ability to allow or block the use of browser features in its own frame or in iframes that it embeds.
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Permissions Policy is a web platform API which gives a website the ability to allow or block the use of browser features in its own frame or in iframes that it embeds.

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If a cross-origin document with COOP is opened in a new window, the opening document will not have a reference to it, and the window.opener property of the new window will be null. This allows you to have more control over references to a window than rel=noopener, which only affects outgoing navigations.
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If a cross-origin document with COOP is opened in a new window, the opening document will not have a reference to it, and the window.opener property of the new window will be null. This allows you to have more control over references to a window than rel=noopener, which only affects outgoing navigations.

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COOP will process-isolate your document and potential attackers can't access to your global object if they were opening it in a popup, preventing a set of cross-origin attacks dubbed XS-Leaks.
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COOP will process-isolate your document and potential attackers can't access to your global object if they were opening it in a popup, preventing a set of cross-origin attacks dubbed XS-Leaks.

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The HTTP Cross-Origin-Opener-Policy (COOP) response header allows you to ensure a top-level document does not share a browsing context group with cross-origin documents.
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The HTTP Cross-Origin-Opener-Policy (COOP) response header allows you to ensure a top-level document does not share a browsing context group with cross-origin documents.

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The HTTP Cross-Origin-Embedder-Policy (COEP) response header prevents a document from loading any cross-origin resources that don't explicitly grant the document permission (using CORP or CORS).
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The HTTP Cross-Origin-Embedder-Policy (COEP) response header prevents a document from loading any cross-origin resources that don't explicitly grant the document permission (using CORP or CORS).

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Add endpoint group

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Network Error Logging is a mechanism that can be configured via the NEL HTTP response header. This experimental header allows web sites and applications to opt-in to receive reports about failed (and, if desired, successful) network fetches from supporting browsers.
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Network Error Logging is a mechanism that can be configured via the NEL HTTP response header. This experimental header allows web sites and applications to opt-in to receive reports about failed (and, if desired, successful) network fetches from supporting browsers.
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Remove group
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Remove group

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Remove endpoint
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Remove endpoint

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