In my whois records, I usually leave the Organization blank, and for the the Name, I usually refer people to my Domain Sales website. I don't have my own name in either the Organization or Name fields. Both my main Registrars say they don't care what I put in those fields providing I can be contacted by phone, mail or eMail. I have valid phone number (which service send me a message... which I very rarely listen to because most of the time it's just static), and I use a valid email address which I will reply to anything important. I use a forwarding service for my address, which I never read. Well once in a Blue Moon, if it concerns a UDRP issue (for example). The reason it is structured like this is because am concerned about Privacy. I use my Registrar's Privacy feature on my main Registrar only. At other Registrars it is open as explained above. My questions are: 1) Who owns this domain from a legal standpoint? I assume with Privacy turned on, legally this is owned by the Privacy provider? What is the case when privacy is not turned on? 2) Who should respond to any UDRP issues? The Organization or The Name? 3) Which is most important, the Organization or the Name in determining Ownership? 4) Could I just add my name to the blank Organizational field and leave everything else the same and definitely determine that I am the owner? 5) Could I have a domain, owned by a friend or family member, in my Registrar account, which would legally not be belonging to me? Explain how? 6) Should I have separate Registrar Accounts for Corporate and Individually held domains? Or can they be held in the same Registrar Account, and differentiated by their whois records only?