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Google: Here’s why we’re putting all our top-level domains on forced HTTPS list

Google is enforcing HTTPS for all sites under its own top-level domains (TLDs), such as .google, .how, and .soy. Along with being a search and ad firm, Google is also a TLD registrar and has 45 of the names that a site can use in place of conventional TLDs, such as .org or .com.

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