REVIVAL OF PBN's? EU-GDPR

zodiamc

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Ok, I've checked right now and WHOIS is basically ILLEGAL because of the GDPR.

Meaning, if you don't mess up with your IPs (how should you - cloud hosting anyone?)

Google has now basically ZERO chances to figure out who's the owner of a website or blog.

Or did I get something wrong?
 

pj777777

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Think there is more to it than IP addresses and whois data
 

Warrenway

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Regardless of the effect of GDPR on whois, you should still be as cautious as possible. Laws and regulations can change. Also, with G's massive resources, I wouldn't be surprised if they find a way around it.
 
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There are a lot easier things to mess up that IP Addresses when it comes to private blog networks. I would still focus
on building them the same. Can't trust the system that much.
 

theRevolt

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Ok, I've checked right now and WHOIS is basically ILLEGAL because of the GDPR.

Meaning, if you don't mess up with your IPs (how should you - cloud hosting anyone?)

Google has now basically ZERO chances to figure out who's the owner of a website or blog.

Or did I get something wrong?
Between private whois and just me up data don't see how this changes anything but the fact that you don't pay for private who is anymore (of your first used to charge for it)
 
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