I've read that If I exclude the Accept-Encoding header, some servers might interpret that as meaning that I can accept any encoding. Is there a value to attach to Accept-Encoding that specifically means that no encoding can be accepted?
also as a bonus =) what's the difference between Accept-Encoding and Content-Encoding?
of you do not include this header in the request, the server may throw anything at you (RFC 2616)
while accept-encoding is sent by the client as an indication of what is acceptable
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