Thursday, July 09, 2015

ICANN proposals on private domain registration rattle home-based businesses

Electronic Frontier Foundation, in an article by Nadia Kayyali and Mitch Stoltz, has reported on a letter to ICANN protesting its plans to abridge its private domain name registration policy, article July 7here 

I had reported this earlier on the ID theft blog June 24.

EFF discusses the need for private registration on the part of some small business owners and individual; speakers out of the concern over future harassment or intimidation by “doxing”.
But it is possible to reduce the risk by registering to a UPS store (anything that it is considered a legitimate “land address”). 
The letter was signed by Laura Poitras, who filmed the riveting documentary on Edward Snowden.


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