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- Sep 9, 2013
Except that ICANN and the EU (that little group of nearly 500 million people) agreed to censor it as per GDPR and they have no legal right to hold that data on non-customers in the EU. Even putting aside the legality there is no *moral* right either.What an absurd question. Unredacted whois data is public and free to use for all kinds of legitimate purposes. I have my own scattered collection of whois data in various forms and files over the years myself. Pretty sure they did something new about that anyway, though.
Pleare do tell me what “legitimate purpose” they would have for 15 million email addresses including not-customers? Ifyou’re going to say unsolicited commercial email, that’s spam and also isn’t legit.