How do I disable privacy on my domains?


There is a public database of domain registrations called the WHOIS, which is accessible by anyone, anywhere in the world. Most registrars provide access to the WHOIS database and Uniregistry's is available at  There are also several third party WHOIS services available.

When you register a domain we collect your name, phone number, mailing address, and email for the registration in accordance with industry regulations, which proves you are the owner of the domain.

By default we will not publish your personal contact information in the WHOIS.

However, you can opt-out of privacy protection if you wish to publish all of your registrant data in the WHOIS database. 

Alternatively, you may wish to opt-in to our free proxy registrant data service called *Privacy.Link™.

The option you choose determines what information is published in the WHOIS database:

  • Default Privacy will remove your personal data from the WHOIS.
  • Extra Privacy with Privacy.Link will replace your personal data with Uniregistry proxy credentials.
  • Privacy Disabled will publish your real registrant data in the WHOIS.


Steps to disable™ on your domain name


1. Log in to your account at by clicking the ‘LOG IN’ button in the upper right-hand corner of the homepage.



2.  Click ‘Manage’ from the menu at the top of the page.



3.   Select the domain(s) you wish to enable Privacy.Link™ for.

Click the domain if it's only 1.


OR if selecting multiple domains:

  • Use the checkbox and drop-down menu in the header bar to select all the domains in the page or in your entire account.
  • Enter criteria such as extensions into the filters field to narrow the list displayed.
  • Enter specific domains in the ‘Search domains’ field in the upper-right corner to display only the domains you want.

Click the 'Edit' drop-menu

Select 'Edit # domains'


4.  Disable privacy.

Click the toggle to switch it to the left side 'Disabled'.


  • Click 'View Whois Record' to see how the record currently appears in the Whois.



5. Save changes.







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