Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) has posted its 'Change of Privacy Status' which now includes the following:
Currently, when a domain name is entered into the CIRA WHOIS look-up service, the name of the Registrant and the personal information about the contact(s) for that domain name, such as their address and telephone number, is made available to the public.
As of June 10, 2008 the dot-ca (.ca) WHOIS will no longer release information about individual Registrants and their Adminstrative and Technical contacts, providing more thorough privacy protection for many of our Registrants.
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