Hello, I posted on here recently about anonymous domain registration... after reading up on it the last week, I realize it's kind of a futile effort, and not worth it unless you're involved in something criminal. Now, what I'm after is an understanding of how registration works, and how an adversary could get one's information based on the domain registrar. I'm involved in an area that could "reasonably" be considered copyright infringement, but it's grey, and I'm after "good enough" anonymity. "Currently we accept Visa/MasterCard credit or debit cards, PayPal and Google Checkout." -Namecheap. So, I can do a VCC for registration, but it needs to be shipped (I assume from the ones I've seen), and it's hardly anonymous to purchase one. Or I can do Paypal, which I've a business address with, but it's my real name. -- Adversary A wants to find out my real name. They see the registration name is protected by WHOIS (Barrier 1). Tbh, I have my doubts about this WHOIS, I just don't know enough about it though. They get a court order (I assume), and get Namecheap to reveal the registration details. They're fake (Barrier 2). They get another court order (or perhaps the same), to get the payment method, and figure out it's Paypal. I've payed w/a Business Paypal, but since my real name is on file, and Paypal reveals the buyer's name in IPN, bam, they now have my name. The above is just my guess; can anyone with legal expertise change how this might actually play out if a US company claims copyright infringement? Is the VCC a better option, and if so, how specifically would it work in the above scenario? Any of you W/ EXPERIENCE use VCCs to do this, and if so, which VCCs, howd you order em, etc? Cheers, you guys are awesome!