I have a situation and I am interested to find your point of view. We have a calibrated monitor at D6500, tone curve as measured ~2.4, white level ~90cd/m2 and a tagged sRGB / untagged sRGB image founded on the web.
Using Firefox v46.01 browser + Color management 0.5.3.1 Extension as attached, the browser will use the default OS profile (which I think that is the new monitor .icm created/installed by the calibration software, DisplayCAL set as system default or sRGB(?)—please correct me if I'm wrong).
It's well known that not every browser have support for color management. Having said that, is that a bad approach to save and use for web sRGB untagged images in order to have the same viewing result covering also those browsers that doesn't support color management (e.g IE or even Chrome—the latest versions)?