Protect Your Privacy
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.
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. Domain.com’s Domain Privacy service 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. This service is available for all .COM, .CO, .NET, .ORG, .TV, .INFO, and .MOBI domains.
Without Domain Privacy
- Smith, John, Q.
- Company Inc.
- 1234 E. 5th st.
- New York, NY 11111
- US (555) 555-5555
Normally your information is visible via WHOIS.
With Domain Privacy your information is masked with our own.
With Domain Privacy
- c/o DOMAIN.COM
- P.O. Box 821650
- Vancouver, WA 98682
- US (360) 499-5932
- » Stop domain-related SPAM
- » Stop the selling of your personal information
- » Stop junk mail and sales calls
- » Stop identity theft or fraud
- » Prevent stalkers or harassers
- » You remain the owner of the domain