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Mozzila convinced in 2010 the W3C not to develop the standard as the only implementation was SQLite. As a consequence, Firefox intentionally didn't include the support and later Safari abandoned theirs. Luckily, WebKit maintains it for more than a decade since then, and other vendors seem to follow them as implementing SQLite is relatively easy and very useful. Let's hope the public pressure will revive the W3C standard.