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It seems like a pretty standard Apple browsing protection type thing to protect the browser user unless they have disabled it for some crazy "privacy" issue or belief.


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If the browser connects to google (or Tencent) to verify the safety of a particular site; Apple isn't sending anything. When you connect to something remotely, your IP address is part of the request. That's how TCP/IP works.
 
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