About sanitizing SVGs
WP SVG Images, as you know, allows you or your users to upload SVG files, and you can choose to upload them sanitized or not sanitized (unrestricted upload).
What does "sanitizing" an SVG mean?
Sanitization is the process of examining the SVG file and producing a new one that preserves only the code designated “safe” and desired.
However, in very rare cases, sanitizing an SVG may remove wanted behavior. For example, maybe you actually want to upload an SVG that redirects to another page. In these cases, you have to opt for allowing unrestricted SVG uploads. But it is important to choose unrestricted upload only if you are absolutely sure that all users within the chosen user role are responsible and experienced enough to detect malicious SVG code by themselves.