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πš—πš’πš‹πš‹πš•πšŽπš› Jun 19
Replying to @instacyber
Way better than "Domain Privacy Ltd, PoBox 2342" indeed. Pretending that whois information ever was of any use is quaint.
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InstaCyber Jun 19
Replying to @nblr
This happens by default and isn't something a bad actor has to remember to enable. "Never of any use" is very reductive thinking that can be proven wrong again and again.
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πš—πš’πš‹πš‹πš•πšŽπš› Jun 19
Replying to @instacyber
Of course it is of great use. For identity theft and spam. The rare cases where a - as you call them - "bad actor" - uses their own details are few and offset by the massive amount of people accidentally leaking their private info through whois entries.
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Guillaume Jun 19
can't they provide email aliases rather than a place holder ?
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418: I'M A TEAPOTπŸ€– Jun 19
Replying to @nblr @instacyber
Though unlike Domain Privacy's accepted practice it should be policy that should not be treated as a common carrier & be held liable for all illegal acts performed over domains registered through them.
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art of the lock Jun 19
Looks like someone beat me to registering :'(
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Jim Lai Jun 19
Replying to @nblr @instacyber
And also for IP enforcement purposes. I used to deal with counterfeit websites using WhoIs pretty frequently. Now that avenue is closed.
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Tinfoil 2.0 😱 Jun 19
Replying to @instacyber
Yes, thank you, GDPR. Genuinely.
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Paulo Fialho Jun 19
Replying to @instacyber @ronindey
Wait that's my email address
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David Erdos Jun 20
Replying to @instacyber
β€˜It would be most unfortunate if protection of personal data were to disintegrate into obstruction by personal data.’ (Advocate-General Bobek in C-13/16 Rigas).
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Andre Williams Jun 21
Replying to @instacyber
What is GDPR Compliance?
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Nick Carr Jun 23
.net available for $10 tho
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