Receptional_Andy - 11:23 pm on Apr 15, 2009 (gmt 0)
Not quite, dstiles - the referrer is supplied by the browser, not the server. A client (i.e. web browser) could spoof a referrer from a different domain, but a server couldn't. The browser will need to physically load Google's new URL and pass it on to the destination site in the referrer header.