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    If wikipedia quotes "..Gambling is also a major international commercial activity..." and we are promoting brands that "sell" such services, I think we are part of the game itself.

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    LOL I'm afraid both of you are right.

    But it seems that we are " less commercial " than gaming sites themselves. At least from the standpoint of revenue. Perhaps there is a chance that we may be exempt from this new ICANN rule? (assuming it is adopted)
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    You are less commercial. However I doubt affiliate sites will be an exception. And even if somehow it happens, it will be corrected in a year, so better get ready
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    For those who want to read verbatim the proposal of ICANN:


    Initial Report on the Privacy & Proxy Services Accreditation Issues

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    You should definitely have contact information, even if just a contact form on your website. The line between transparency and privacy is very fine.
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    I may be in the minority, but I kinda support this to a degree.

    The problem is not only the contact information itself, but also the fact that often emails or contact attempts from ICANN/Internic or other legal research groups or law enforcement are ignored.

    By having the details become more public, Internic and other groups will be better positioned to take legal; action such as shutting down domains of those who place fake, fraudulent and unreachable details in their whois.

    The hacker that we post about, bitch about and discuss on a dily basis is a perfect example. Wouldn't you really like to know the identity of that individual? Would filing legel proceedings against such someone be much easier if whois was traceable?

    I am not sure how this can be done and yet safety concerns are also followed, but clearly what is in place now is NOT working.

    Using someone elses' address (such as a family member) is certainly not the answer as that just jeopardizes others with whatever you are trying to avoid from happening with your own address.

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