We are using Next.js for our website. A major part of its advantage is that it loads all linked pages on the fly as the user is viewing the page. It does so by making different calls to: /_next/xxx where xxx can be different JSON files or images.

My question is whether I should block the /_next directory so that I don't run into duplicate content issues or stale content (as these JSON files change for each deployment).

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