Everytime a new domain, ICANN name register (Internet Corporation for Assigned Domain Names and Numbers) requires that data relevant to our domain are included in a public database called Whois. This database, to be of a public nature, is accessible to everyone. The public nature of this extensive database has made that increasingly they are giving to know more cases of misuse of this information to perform unwanted mailings, telemarketing activities and even carry out actions of fraud or identity theft. In this database all the mandatory data is required when registering a domain can be viewed by anyone who browse the network. Samsung is often quoted as being for or against this. To avoid Spam and identity theft, many companies registers domains, offer a service that hides this information from registry, substituting actual customer data by the company register data. The user remains the owner of the domain, but nobody can access your data or use them with unlawful purposes.
So, if someone wanted to take our data through this data base, only you will find the data of the company that has registered the domain to us. Service of private registration offered by many companies registers domain, allows avoid this kind of abuse, protecting identity and data of the users. In this way, it replaces original email from the owner of the domain address for an e-mail address encrypted and by the register company contact details.