Domain name registrars offer domain privacy service for security of domains. Most of the companies sell privacy to their users, and in turn, replace the user’s information in WHOIS along with the forwarding service information. The database which contains information about your domain such as its registrar, name server, full name and others is term as WHOIS. The WHOIS database contains all the contact and other information related to domains.
A variety of personalities can be seen in residential homes where designers/architects get the chance to help clients express themselves in their private homes, as an extension of who they are and how they want to be reflected in the privacy of their own domain.
With the economy the way it is and people trying to save money wherever they can, it makes sense to question the necessity of extra “add-on” features available for various services. However, if you’re in the habit of saying ‘no’ before you even hear the details of an offer, it’s easy to miss out on … Continue reading "Domain Privacy Protection: Is It Worth It?"