can google use whois to connect your sites?

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  1. gaz256

    gaz256 Registered Member

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    can google connect your blogs via whois?

    all this talk of seperate class c IPs and seperate nameservers would be rather pointless if google can see your network of blogs on whois. i know you can make it private but is it something they actively do?
     
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    unlikely. I can always use a fake name w/ domain registrations.
     
  3. mark9510

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    And they cant see any billing info so i wouldnt count on it. The only thing that they can probably catch you with is if you have a shared ip address
     
  4. catchme

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    I think they do it only when gewglebot bring up the red flag.
     
  5. mark9510

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    If they do do it, its probably not the google spider that does it. I would think there is an actual group of people who would check you out
     
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    i take privacy for the ones i really value, but don't bother with autoblogs.
    daddy was giving privacy away one year for free w/dollar info domains..
     
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    Id rather take a .com domain without privacy than a .info domain with privacy
     
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    Why? I have privacy on all my domains. Do you care to provide additional details?
     
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    wanttosucceed Newbie

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    Lately one guy send me an email & said he want to guy my domain, I sold my domain to him in very good price....

    So if you ask me, I will say don't hide WHOIS info...