It is obviously slower (albeit infinitesimally so these days).
https pages are not (or at least should not be) cached.
Some proxies/firewalls don't allow https traffic.
Well I never.
I've been running HTTPS Everywhere since BT thought it would be a simply smashing idea to start injecting ads for themselves into their customers' HTTP requests (hint: It wasn't you massive band of cynical cockwombles) and I don't think I've ever noticed another site that reverts to HTTP. I don't require enforced secure connections but it hadn't even really occurred to me there might be places that don't do it.
About bloody time too! <shakes g33k="" fist=""></shakes>
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