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GZip compression

gzip is a compression algorithm that allows files to be made smaller in size, allowing for faster network transfers. It is commonly supported by web servers and modern browsers, meaning that servers can automatically compress files with gzip before sending them, and browsers can uncompress files upon receiving them.

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