Domain Registrars Have to Ask ICANN’s Permission to Comply With Laws Protecting Your Privacy

In an opinion piece on ICANN’s handling of domain name owner information, EFF expert Jeremy Malcolm asks ‘What happens when ICANN’s rules that require domain name registrars to publish domain owners’ personal data in a public database, conflict with the data protection laws in countries where those registrars operate?’ in the context of this week’s ICANN meeting in Dublin.