The Canadian Trademark Blog notes that after years of consultations and discussion, CIRA has finally committed to a date for implementing its revised WHOIS policy. As of June 10, 2008, CIRA will no longer release information about individual registrants. Registrants can still opt-in to having their information posted to the public. CIRA will also establish a message delivery form that will allow people to contact registrants without accessing their contact information.
April 18, 2008
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