Ahaa. So no more paying for domain privacy then, yes?
On Thu, 24 May 2018, 00:05 Ali Hussein via kictanet, <
> Looks like GDPR is claiming its first victim in the Domain Name Space.
> See email thread below.
> *Ali Hussein*
> *AHK & Associates*
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> Begin forwarded message:
> *From:* Sedo <email@example.com>
> *Date:* 22 May 2018 at 6:36:03 PM EAT
> *To:* firstname.lastname@example.org
> *Subject:* *WHOIS is disappearing – confirm your ownership now!*
> *Reply-To:* email@example.com
> GDPR and its effetcs on the WHOIS. If you can’t view this email correctly, click
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> Sedo Suche]
> Hello Ali,
> On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation
> will take effect. This means the WHOIS will “disappear”. In the new public
> record system, personal data will no longer be visible either to
> individuals or Sedo. So far we were able to verify from the WHOIS records
> that you are the legitimate owner of the domains you listed for sale. This
> means it will be much harder for us to match your account data with the
> WHOIS information *in order to clear your domains for sale* on our site.
> The Solution: Our *Owner Self-Verification*. With the Owner
> Self-Verification, you can quickly prove your ownership of any domain you
> list for sale. Even on weekends and holidays!
> *3 steps to Owner Self-Verification*
> 1. Sedo provides you with a personal ID in your account under “Domain
> Management” under the tab “Owner Self-Verification”.
> 2. Copy it and enter it at your registrar. To do this, visit your
> registrar and make this update within the DNS settings.
> 3. Enter your verification ID into the TXT record field of your
> domains. If your registrar needs you to submit a Hostname, simply enter
> “@”. Also, if you need to enter a TTL value, please enter “3600”.
> Your ownership will be verified once the DNS information is updated. With
> your support, we can ensure that only domains that have owner-verified
> credentials are still listed on the marketplace.
> Fetch ID and Confirm Ownership
> *No Owner Self-Verification = longer wait times*
> If you do not perform the Owner Self-Verification, it will take *at least
> 3 business days* for your domains to be listed for sale. During the
> review period, we will randomly check individual domains and may contact
> you to request proof of ownership (e.g., in the form of an up-to-date
> screenshot of the domain entry).
> *Owner Self-Verification is not available for domain parking*
> If you already use Sedo’s domain parking and forward your domains through
> our domain name servers (DNS), Owner Self-Verification is currently
> unavailable. DNS forwarding enables your domains to be automatically listed
> for sale without waiting time. As of now, nothing changes for you.
> We want to provide buyers and sellers with* a safe and user-friendly
> platform* at all times and look forward to your support. Do you have
> questions about owner verification? Our Customer Support
> Team is happy to answer them.
> Best regards,
> Your Sedo Team
> Sedo GmbH
> Im Mediapark 6b
> 50670 Cologne
> Tel. +49 221 / 340 30 – 230
> District Council Cologne HRB 35019
> Board of Management: Tobias Flaitz (Speaker), Barbara Stolz, Hakan Ali
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