Re: [ga] Re: [Politech] Semi-anonymous domain name registrations? [priv]
Even Networksolutions and Registerfly have such services.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Williams" <jwkckid1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Declan McCullagh" <declan@xxxxxxxx>
Cc: <thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; "General Assembly of the DNSO"
<ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; "icann board address" <icann-board@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 4:26 AM
Subject: [ga] Re: [Politech] Semi-anonymous domain name registrations?
> Declan, Thomas and all,
> Domain name registration by proxy in not new by any means.
> It has been avaliable for some time now. What is unfortunate
> is that some ICANN Registries and Registrars have frequently
> used Domain Name registration data improperly without sanction
> of any sort by ICANN. Hence leaving into question the creditability
> of ICANN to adaquately police it's own contracted registires
> and registrars.
> Declan McCullagh wrote:
> > ---
> > From: "Thomas Leavitt" <thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > To: "Declan McCullagh" <declan@xxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: Semi-anonymous domain name registrations?
> > Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2004 14:47:20 -0800
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> > Declan,
> > If this is at all permissible, the registrar's should be allowed to do
> > this, rather than a third party - the consumer shouldn't have to pay an
> > extra fee to be able to operate a domain semi-anonymously and avoid
> > harvesting, etc. On the other hand, this renders "whois" even more
> > than it already is... as a long time Internet user, I dislike that
> > intensely.
> > Regards,
> > Thomas Leavitt
> > http://www.domainsbyproxy.com/
> > Domains by Proxy, Inc.
> > Did you know that for each domain name you register, anyone -
> > anywhere, anytime - can find out your name, home address, phone
> > number and email address?
> > The law requires that the personal information you provide with every
> > domain you register be made public in the "WHOIS" database. Your
> > identity becomes instantly available - and vulnerable - to spammers,
> > scammers, prying eyes and worse.
> > But now there's a solution: Domains By Proxy!
> > --
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