Can visited resources, as well as provider in some way find out the following information of the device?

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When you access the Internet with your smartphone (with the usual narrow-minded Wi-Fi), visited sites, and you provider can find out the ip address of the smartphone, browser used, operating system, etc.

1. Can visited resources, as well as provider in some way to know the imei of the device?

And also:

2. Can visited resources, as well as provider to know the serial number of the device?

3. Can visited resources, as well as provider to know the mac address of the device? (including desktop)
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Provider in any case knows your IP address because that's what he gave you, and visit, and of course MAC sees.
The rest he doesn't need.

Mobile operator knows your IMEI where you are, what places you prefer to visit most often, and a lot of information.

The sites that you visit normally without problems know your OS and browser version, and some information if you want to - in some cases a lot of personal information to collect, in spite of that sites.
They also see the address from which you came.
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Provider Your IMEI is not needed. And serial number (what? drive? a memory module?) too. And MAC he knows. Moreover, You do it to him misleading because often the binding on it goes. And if it is a router, then Your MAC is he doesn't care - he link the Mac of the router with traffic that You create.
If you go out in the raw footage from your phone over 3G, then of course, opsos knows and IMEI and IP and all the traffic that created.
Visited resources You identificeret not IMEI and not on the Mac. Google "browser fingerprint".
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without running any software on the client - no can do.
MAC can if the server is in the same LAN with the client
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