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Respect our privacy. Don't expose WHOIS data.

  • To: comments-ppsai-initial-05may15@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: Respect our privacy. Don't expose WHOIS data.
  • From: TresaV <puzzle257@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 19:00:55 +0200 (GMT+02:00)

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--></style></head><body><div style="font-size: 13px;color: rgb(0, 0, 
0);font-family: arial,sans-serif;">Dear ICANN –<br><br>I am a freelance 
facilitator and coach who's home address is the official address of business. 
This has caused some concern, havign had my personal data associated with the 
business/home address posted online for all to see and reference. The current 
policy change under consideration creates the same level of stress and concern 
for two reasons:<br><br>1) I facilitate situations and coach individuals where 
high level of stress and sometimes anger are present. These sessions happen 
away from my home, but if there was an issue, any one of these individuals 
could find me and my home. That's just not cool.<br><br>2) As I am also a 
teacher in the area, students would have access to my home address too easily. 
Imagine a student who's not too happy with the grade I've given them. I'd be 
easy to find me now if they wanted to make a point!<br><br>I urge you to 
respect internet users' rights to privacy and due process.<br><ul><li>    
Everyone deserves the right to privacy.</li><li>    No one’s personal 
information should be revealed without a court order, regardless of whether the 
request comes from a private individual or law enforcement agency.</li></ul>I 
respectfully object to the proposed rules change regarding governing companies 
that provide WHOIS privacy services (as set forth in the Privacy and Policy 
Services Accreditation Issues Policy document).<br><br>Private information 
should be kept private! Thank you.</div></body></html>

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