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From "Stephen Love" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Domain Registrant's Details
Date Wed, 09 Feb 2011 03:25:25 GMT
I do know that has a private/lock feature that hides details of the ownership info,
but I've just never chosen to use it.
Ownership transfer is simple enough, but there is usually a cost of 1 years subscription,
and starts a fresh year, which means that actually you are losing the remaining balance on
your current name service subscription... so it's best to transfer near the end of your current
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---------- Original Message ----------
From: DW <>
Subject: [users@httpd] Domain Registrant's Details
Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2011 04:03:01 +0000

Does anybody know whether it is legally possible to hide Registrant's 
address and phone number from public records?  For example, when you 
click on this link: <> you 
get the complete details and so from the safety point of view I feel 
that one should be able to hide this.  The authorities can have access 
to these info but what has the general public got to do with it.

All the details the public & customers needs are on the website like 
official business address, phone number, email etc.  I just don't like 
my residential address to be known by the general public and "people who 
don't like me".


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