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  • To: comments-ppsai-initial-05may15@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Public Domain Registration Information
  • From: "J. Packer" <jpacker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Jul 2015 09:13:51 -0700


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    <font face="Times New Roman, Times, serif">There is no need to have
      domain registrations "private". Too many times individuals use
      that to "hide" their identity to use domain sites for fraudulent
      reasons. Let's not give them any help!<br>
      An individual wanting to conceal their addresses from others, (domestic
      disputes, etc.) can rent a P.O. Box and list that as the contact
      Historically, domain contact information has been available via a
      whois lookup going back to when Network Solutions was the only
      registrar in town.  It was only when registrars saw an
      "opportunity" to gain additional revenue (as they charge for
      privacy, which should tell you right away it is not a "right") for
      this "privacy" service. In March 2005, the National
      Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) said that
      owners of .us domains will not have the option of keeping their
      information private, and that it must be made public. As a result,
      you see far less fraud being committed using a .us domain.<br>
      Put a stop to it now, don't have the wool pulled over your eyes.
      Keep a clear vision.<br>
      Thank you for listening.<br>
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