'Following in the footsteps of browsers like Mozilla Firefox and
Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome is also in line to receive an HTTPS-Only
Mode that will upgrade all unencrypted HTTP connections to encrypted
HTTPS alternatives, where possible.
Currently, the new Chrome HTTPS-Only Mode is still under development
in Chrome Canary distributions. Work is being done to add specific
settings in the browser's interface, and no actual HTTP-to-HTTPS
functionality is currently present. The feature is expected to be
ready for Chrome 93, set to be released later this fall.'
-- source: https://tech.slashdot.org/story/21/06/30/1734234
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