ICANN privacy policy changes

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) had announced their important privacy policy changes to protect consumers from losing their domain names if the registrar goes defunct or loses its accreditation. ICANN now requires all registrars to store a copy of their registrations with an outside data storage firm. This protects you by ensuring that […]

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) had announced their important privacy policy changes to protect consumers from losing their domain names if the registrar goes defunct or loses its accreditation. ICANN now requires all registrars to store a copy of their registrations with an outside data storage firm. This protects you by ensuring that there will always be a valid record of your domain ownership.

The storage provider we've chosen is legally obligated to safeguard these files. Your name and other personal information will continue to be protected, but now with an added layer of security.

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