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> No, the URI identifies what people use it to identify. In this case,
> the W3C. Invoking GET on that URI returns a hypermedia document, but
> that's different than saying that the URI identifies the document.
> document is a representation of the identified resource.
Again, completely specious. Nobody uses "http://www.w3.org/Consortium"
in place of "W3C". People who use "http://www.w3.org/Consortium" are
quite clear that they have identified "A hypermedia dispenser which
serves up hypermedia about W3C". It is deceptive to claim otherwise.