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Jan 3, 2013, 07:36 #1
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Client wants false data on WHO IS - legal?
A client has requested we change all of their data on all of their domains (approx 6-7 domains!) to false names and addresses.
Apparently there's been some sort of hack on their personal emails or some kind of security breach and they want this info changed (probably to avoid having a home address on the WHO IS as they have no commercial premises).
- Is this legal? (I know no one here is 'legally trained or qualified to provide legal advice' so just after opinions here!)
- How would you charge for this time?
- Can or Should we do it - from an ethical standpoint?
Where does the responsibility lie in terms of who is liable or at fault here, us or the client should the likes of Nominet find out?