I recently registered a
.it domain I own where in public whois there is only name and surname), but instead they used a full privacy proxy, delegating the Registrant name to a Toronto Company.
While I have no fear losing the domain to that company, I want to be sure to being able to defend it against any opposition or dispute in the future.
So the main question is who is the legally owner of the domain? Me or the Privacy Proxy company?
Another question, my registrar has cheap price, but in fact turned out to be too cheap, while it's a well known 20 years company, they don't even offer nameserver change, nor I can change whois data on my own, as such I'm planning to transfer the domain to a better-feature registrar as soon as the 60 days lock since creation is expired, should I ask privacy service to be deactivated before transferring?