Disallow documents from having UTF-8 BOM (no-utf8-bom)

A unicode byte order mark (BOM) is needed in UTF-16 and UTF-32 to determine endiannes but for UTF-8 it has no meaning. Browsers are required to handle the BOM under all circumstances but tooling might not handle it properly and is therefor best left out.

Instead the document should be served with the Content-Type: application/javascript; charset=utf-8 header and/or the <meta charset="utf-8"> meta-tag.