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    Domain privacy is a service offered by a number of domain name registrars. A user buys privacy from the company, who in turn replaces the user's info in the WHOIS with the info of a forwarding service (for email and sometimes postal mail, done by a proxy server).

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    Area security for space names is a vital component in the event that you need to lessen spam and/or dangers to individual data, for example, fraud.

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    It is completely to the wish of the individual to go in for a public or private registration. People who do not want their personal information like contact details, e-mail information to be displayed to the public will prefer for a private registration. This is to avoid spammers from accessing the personal information to annoy the domain owner with unwanted emails, calls etc. Whoever does a whois search by using lookup tools like WhoisXY.com will be able to view only a third party(mostly the host provider) details hence even if they have to contact the domain owner they will be filtered by the third party. This is just to protect the domain owner...if you think you can handle such unwanted advertisements, scams, spamming you can very well opt for a public registration.

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    Domain name privacy is a service proposed by a number of domain name registrars. A user buys privacy from the company, who in turn replaces the customer's info in the WHO IS with the information of a forwarding service (for email and sometimes postal email, made by a proxy server).

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    As with any discussion, itís good to first touch on what it is weíre talking about. Domain privacy or WHOIS protection (different registrars sometimes refer to it by different names) hides the domain registrantís personal information from the public WHOIS database.

    WHOIS is an organization that manages all data regarding domain registration. All registrant details are considered public information, in addition to the nameservers and other simple details regarding domain registrations (e.g. registration, renewal, and expiry dates).

    If someone knows a registered domain name, they can enter it into any WHOIS search tool on the web to retrieve this public information. With privacy protection in place, all of this information becomes masked.

    This includes hiding your personal name, address, phone, email, and business name. Instead, a generic registrar-generated information set is displayed.

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    Every domain name has a WHOIS listing, which is a searchable database of registered domains. It is available to everyone on the Internet. Without domain privacy, or WHOIS privacy protection, all of your contact information (address, phone number, name, etc) is available to the public.

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    This means that when you register a domain name, your personal contact information is available on the Internet for anyone to see. This is where MyDomain's WHOIS Privacy product steps in. MyDomain's Domain Privacy protects your personal privacy by making your domain registration private.

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