Dutch privacy regulator says web domain whois data should not be public

Monday 30 October 2017 | 09:29 CET | News
The Dutch privacy regulator AP has forbidden domain registrars from making extensive personal details of domain holders public. The so-called WHOIS data usually includes the name, address, email and phone number of domain name holders.  

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Icann / SIDN
Countries: Netherlands
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