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Re: [ga] Privacy and Whois databases
Dont use the word "owner" of a domain !
The fact is, that you dont "own" anything, but the right to
use a certain domain.
IF you were "owner" of a domain, then nobody could take it
away, just because you didnt pay some fee to the registry.
You could at the most be "sat on hold", BUT NOT removed.
I think, that the word "holder" is a much more precice word.
On Mon, 18 Oct 1999, Annie Renard wrote:
> In your previous mail you wrote:
> The dot.god and dot.satan top level domains will both support
> anonymous registrations.
> I'm not familiar with dot.god and dot.satan and some web searches turn
> up nothing. Could you elucidate please?
> Any addressing information is between the
> registrar and the domain holder, and not the business of anyone el
> May I ask on what basis you make this statement?
> The agreement that registrars make with ICANN
> says in Part F, Public Access to Data on SLD Registrations
> that the `name and postal address of the SLD holder' must be listed/ma
> available in whois. Admittedly `holder' is somewhat vague and you
> might be able to argue that this could be the registrar or some agent
> registration, on behalf of the person/organization who actually reques
> the domain name and will own it.
> no, the SLD holder MUST be the registrant (admin contact in the organization
> requesting the domain name) which own the domain name, not the registrar.
> There are many problems with some registrars which "keep" the registered
> domaine name and the registrant have big difficulties to delegate its
> domain name to another registrar.
> I hope so. I'd very much prefer to not list the domain name owner
> contact information, and am searching for arguments to help our legal
> folks buy into the idea.
> in the WHOIS database we need "professional" information of the
> administrative contact in its organisation, not some "private" information.
> Annie Renard [firstname.lastname@example.org]
> AFNIC/NIC France
> c/o INRIA domaine de Voluceau BP105, 78153 Le Chesnay CEDEX, France
> Personal Email: Annie.Renard@nic.fr