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There is no schema per-say of the data and format which is returned through a whois query. Whois data is generally returned as simple text designed to be human readable. The companies that parse whois data to extract key information from it generally use regex searches to identify key field names in the string and extract the data after it to parse the data. ...
The new registrar will send an "approval request" (that is what GoDaddy calls it) to your previous (current at the time) registrar. Here is the important part. If the privacy service of the previous (current at the time) registrar forwards the "approval request" then you will probably be able to do the transfer without disabling privacy. Many privacy ...
I believe this would be more of an issue with disputes about domain ownership than with company information. It does make you look less reputable since you are trying to hide your business contacts and information, but I can't see how this would let somebody make a complaint about your website. It could affect the ownership of your domains, though. There ...
1) Most domain registrars allow you to register privately. So there is a real name on record, just not publicly visible to whois queries 2) In my experience, you can use "Domain Admin" or "Domain Webmaster" or "Fake Name" when registering. So long as the payment goes through.
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