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What Is Domain Privacy Protection?

What Is Domain Privacy Protection?
When you register a domain, your private personal information including name, address, phone number, and email address is listed in the so-called WHOIS of the domain, which is publicly available.
The Domain Privacy Protection service legally replaces the WHOIS details, covering Administrative, Technical and Billing contacts of your domain’s WHOIS record with generic Domain Privacy Protected contact details.
After buying a Domain Privacy Protection service you still own and control your domain. You can still sell, renew, transfer or change settings to your domain name anytime you want.

Updated on: 25/06/2022

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