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Whois privacy for ccTLD's in EU-countries?

Labeled as question in ccTLD Discussion started by YZX, Sep 12, 2018.

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  1. YZX

    YZX Established Member

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    What are the options for privacy when it comes to ccTLD's in EU-countries? Opening an offshore company is one option, but are there reputable service providers to protect private data as well?
     
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  2. Kate

    Kate Domainosaurus Rex VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    It depends on the TLD. The whois record may already be masked for individuals, but not for companies.
     
  3. YZX

    YZX Established Member

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    What about .ch and .de? The data should not be available to anyone, just as it is with .com's.
     
  4. YZX

    YZX Established Member

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    Any ideas, anyone?
     
  5. YZX

    YZX Established Member

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    Apparently whois privacy is now standard in EU countries. Is this information 100% correct, as I could not find confirmation on this for all TLD's?
     
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    Burt Robber New Member

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    I own a .de and have been told repeatedly that DENIC does not allow whois privacy, however I have seen some registrars claiming to offer recently. I'm actually on these boards in the hopes of finding an answer.
     

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