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Domain Owners Losing the Privacy Debate

If you own a domain, your privacy is probably being needlessly compromised as a result. But nobody who can do anything about it cares.

…The discussion at a recent gathering of the New York Metropolitan Area chapter of the Internet Society indicated that OPOC, or Operational Point of Contact, now no longer includes the address or phone number as public information, just the country and state of the registrant.

Read full story: eWeek

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