The user agent MAY include an Origin header in any HTTP request.[…]Whenever a user agent issues an HTTP request from a “privacy-sensitive” context, the user agent MUST send the value “null” in the Origin header.NOTE: This document does not define the notion of a privacy-sensitive context. Applications that generate HTTP requests can designate contexts as privacy-sensitive to impose restrictions on how user agents generate Origin headers.
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