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I would strongly suggest that you do not build the forum software yourself, if that's your intention? Use something that's battle tested and has already been exposed to some of the abuse that the public internet will throw at it - and that's open source and has a good team & active community behind it to fix any problems that occur. You might consider ...
You just need to go for Domain Name Privacy. Though it should be offered for free, most registrars charge an annual fee of about $10 per domain for domain name privacy. Once you have the privacy setup, your details shall not be visible in the Whois searches.
Yes it does suffice as long as: you just send the link via email, and do not submit it to Google. But according to your question this is what you do, so there is no way for Google to get to know the link therefor it will never be indexed/crawled. you make the ID used in link random and sufficently long. If it's not random, but you use a simple incremental ...
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