You can take your privacy to the next level by going for WHOIS privacy protection so all of your contact details are masked and safe. Here's how you can activate it for your domain:

New domain orders

If you’re going to order a new domain, you can simply add privacy protection in the cart before proceeding with Checkout:

Registered domains

If you already have a domain, you can order privacy protection by navigating to your Domains section and choosing your domain:

Then enable WHOIS Privacy:

NOTES:

  • It can take up to 12 hours to update the information on all WHOIS listings.
  • Some domain TLDs don’t support WHOIS privacy protection (for non-EU citizens) due to restrictions imposed by the Registry Operator: .ru, .net.ru, .org.ru, .eu, .in, .asia, .mobi, .es, .com.ru, .de, .ca, .nl, .fr, .be, .ch, .com.es, .nom.es, .org.es, .com.br, .pl, .co.in, .net.in, .org.in, .gen.in, .firm.in, .ind.in, .cz, .se, .nu, .fi, .gr, .ist, .istanbul, .cat , .org.br, .us, .space, .pro, .ag, .am, .at, .biz.pl, .bz, .cl, .com.mx, .com.pl, .com.pt, .cx, .dk, .info.pl, .la, .lc, .lt, .lu, .lv, .me, .mn, .mx, .net.mx, .net.pl, .pt, .sc, .vc, .xxx.
  • For EU citizens, personal information is hidden by default in regard to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for all TLDs.
  • For Brazil citizens, personal information is hidden by default in regard to the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) for all TLDs.
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