Tor Browser should set SOCKS username for a request based on first party domain
Once Proposal 171 is implemented (#1865 (moved)), Tor Browser should set the Proposal 171 SOCKS username to a function of the hostname in the referer header (possibly caching the first referer for subsequent link navigation).
If the referer is blank, we should use a function of the request URL hostname. This policy should effectively give us the same top-level origin isolation for circuit use that we want for other identifiers.
Lunar also points out that if this function introduces a hashed nonce that is changed on "New Identity" invocations, we can then do without the control port and control auth/password inside torbutton but still provide New Identity. This would simplify a lot of setups, and potentially allow us to remove more code from Torbutton.