NetNation’s Launches WhoisProtector Lite

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<p><strong>Vancouver, British Columbia &mdash; Aug. 24</strong><br />NetNation, a Canadian Web host, recently launched a product that protects customers&#39; personal information from the public. </p><p>With WhoisProtector Lite, a customer&rsquo;s name, address and other personal information is kept private&mdash; only the e-mail address is displayed for legitimate business inquiries.<br /><br />The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires domain name registrars to send the name, physical address, phone number and e-mail address of every customer who registers a domain name to its Whois database. </p><p>The database, like a telephone directory, lists all of that information online where anyone (including phishers, telemarketers and identity thieves) can access it.<br /><br />WhoisProtector Lite replaces the customer&#39;s name, physical address and phone number with NetNation&#39;s contact information. </p><p>NetNation&rsquo;s line of domain name products also includes WhoisProtector Ultra. </p><p>Ultra offers privacy plus spam protection by replacing all information, including the e-mail address, with NetNation&#39;s contact information.</p>

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