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GDPR creates problems for online enforcement

Patrick Wingrove, London


A blackout of the ICANN WHOIS platform as a result of the General Data Protection Regulation would result in a field day for bad actors to purchase and misuse domain names

This story has been updated to include detail of ICANN's proposed temporary specification for gTLD registration data.

Several domain-name registrars are choosing to adopt restrictive data policies after May 25 in response to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)....


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