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  • Minimizes your data footprint and reduces the risk of data exposure.
  • Hides remaining personal data in the public WHOIS directory.
  • Protects against accidental expiration and domain hijacking.
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Wait… There’s still information I need to protect?

Absolutely. When you register a domain with any registrar, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires accredited registrars to publish this information in the public WHOIS database. Regulations vary around the globe, but in the EU your name, address, phone number and email address are automatically hidden through wehost’s Basic Privacy Protection. Full Domain Privacy & Protection ensures that remaining details, such as your city and state/province, are also safely hidden.

Protect your personal details

ICANN, the international governing body for domain names, requires every domain registrar to maintain a publicly viewable “WHOIS” database that displays personal contact information (including home addresses and phone numbers) for every registered domain. Domain privacy protects your personal information from being captured via this database.

What domain privacy means for you

Because of ICANN’s WHOIS policy, the personal information you list when registering your domain is available to anyone with internet access. WHOIS privacy circumvents this privacy issue by displaying our company information rather than your own personal data. Your personal information stays private while you maintain complete ownership and control of your domain.

Frequently Ask Questions

WHOIS is not an acronym but a phrase that refers to a series of information that identifies, “who is” the owner of a domain name or IP address. When individuals, governments, and businesses register a domain name with ICANN (The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), they must provide the domain name as well as contact information. Such contact information includes the registrant’s name, address, phone number, email, technical contacts, and administrative contacts.

By law, some of the WHOIS information must be available for public access. Accordingly, ICANN created a directory to ascertain the identity of domain name registrants.

For those uncomfortable with their personal WHOIS information being listed, wehost provides an alternative which shows private registration information for your domain. When using this service wehost will hide your personal information and list our Whois Privacy service in the public record.

Domain Privacy is a service offers for just about every top level domain extension. This includes .com, .net, .org, .co, .TV, .Info, .mobi and many more! Domain privacy is activated by default , the WHOIS information is available upon request

Domain privacy allows you to retain total control and ownership of the domain, without having your contact info widely available, thus saving you from harassment or a headache. Domain Privacy helps you prevent the unwanted sale of your personal information, identity theft or fraud, domain-related SPAM, and telemarketing. Domain Privacy also allows third parties to get in contact with you without revealing your personal information to the public.

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