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revised how should cache control be set in the requests
Emphasis on *request* headers, which was my original meaning, and the meaning of the paragraph as a whole.
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comment how should cache control be set in the requests
Thanks, I understand better your intention. I'm afraid I can't really help you better anyway, but I'd like to offer a couple of points to ponder. It is all HTTP that is considered here. Of course, you'll want HTTPS or some secure transport, so your confidential data can't be snooped on its way to the server. This will also ensure (as far as I can see) that even if it is cached, it will not be readable: Even if there might be a cache header that should prevent caching, there is no guarantee that servers comply to the spec.
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