We have been informed by some of the domain name owners that few of their domain names are masked , perhaps part of testing of the GDPR implementation. If you notice any such changes on your names , keep us posted or comment on this blog.
Registarant details are updated / likely to be updated similar to the one below.
Registrant Name:GDPR Masked
Registrant Organization:GDPR Masked
Registrant Street1:GDPR Masked
Registrant Street2:GDPR Masked
Registrant Street3:GDPR Masked
Registrant City:GDPR Masked
Registrant State/Province:GDPR Masked
Registrant Postal Code:000000
Registrant Phone Ext.:
Registrant FAX Ext.:
On a different note, many of the .IN registrants are notified OUR.in that when they have initiated the domain transfers, approver emails are not triggering to the domain name owner like earlier times , if the auth code / domain secret is right and the domain name is unlocked.. domain name status is changing to “Pending Transfer” with immediate effect. So no more emails to domain name owners requesting their approval. This increases the potential of domain names theft. I strongly advise you to be more vigilant and ensure all of your names are locked at your current registars to prevent the domain theft.
Read further articles about GDPR @ OUR.in GDPR
Disclaimer: This news is not validated with IN registry , so kindly accept this news item as an unofficial news. It’s only an observation we have made based on the feedback received from few of domain name registrants.