Hello, I understand that the ICANN is considering disallowing proxy registration services for commercial websites. I am writing to strongly encourage the ICANN to not go through with this proposal as I believe it is more detrimental than helpful to most small website hosters. I am a very small time web hoster (I just run a personal site and a small game server) and I strongly value my privacy. While, at the moment, this proposal wouldn't directly affect me as I don't count as a commercial website hoster, if I were to add ads to my website, or promote a book that I write, or something like that, then I would classify as one. I would not want my address or phone number to be publicly known and associated with my website. Email's good enough for contacting me. I currently have 3 domains, all of which have some sort of WHOIS proxy preventing people from looking up my address and phone number (and technically, my name isn't associated with my website publicly either), and I really wish for it to stay this way. Thank you for considering my opinion.