[AfrICANN-discuss] Zimbabwe Holds its First DNS Workshop, Could this be a Step towards Better DNS Management?
marketing at isaacmaposa.com
Wed Dec 2 12:38:08 UTC 2015
Thanks for the positive feedback.
I do agree with you that a public WHOIS has issues due to privacy
conflicts. However in the Zimbabwean scenario for one to get the WHOIS
details you need to email the Registries requesting the details. In this
case anyone can get the WHOIS details. Since anyone can get the WHOIS
details it may be much better if we can have a public WHOIS database with
the option for protecting the WHOIS details if you do do need them to be
public. This option can be much better since you can choose to keep your
details private through Privacy Protection.
Now the issue comes when you have to wait a day or two even more to get a
response to your WHOIS request. Having it online will ensure getting the
WHOIS details instantly making the experience much better.
On Wed, Dec 2, 2015 at 12:56 PM, Michele Neylon - Blacknight <
michele at blacknight.com> wrote:
> Interesting post.
> However I’m a bit confused by one of your points:
> “An online public and accurate WHOIS database”
> Public whois is problematic in many jurisdictions due to privacy conflicts
> Also I don’t see how public whois is linked to “success” or “growth”
> Mr Michele Neylon
> Blacknight Solutions
> Hosting, Colocation & Domains
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> From: Marketing Consultancy <marketing at isaacmaposa.com>
> Reply-To: "africann at afrinic.net" <africann at afrinic.net>
> Date: Wednesday 2 December 2015 at 10:45 a.m.
> To: "africann at afrinic.net" <africann at afrinic.net>
> Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] Zimbabwe Holds its First DNS Workshop, Could
> this be a Step towards Better DNS Management?
> Hi All,
> Here is my post as a follow up to our recently held DNS Entrepreneurship
> Workshop in Zimbabwe, which is part of the ICANN's initiative to improve
> the DNS Industry in Africa.
> Best Regards,
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> AfrICANN at afrinic.net
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