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That account requires an email address for whatever. ICANN regulations require registrars to collect email addresses, and that apply to gTLDs, but ccTLDs have often similar constraints, so that the registrars and the registry can contact end client in case of problems. With the current legal frameworks (GDPR and the like), it is often hidden in whois output,...


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In terms of the ownership of any domain name, why is it that a person or a company who owns a website and the technology to make the said website work has to pay "extra" money to "rent" a domain name? Simple. Do you agree that it is good to have as a property that any single domain name exists only once, that is that there is ONE "...


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Your website is https://thewildfire.in/ (it would have been simpler to say so immediately at the start of your question insteady to rely on screenshots that are difficult to read, impossible to search on or to quote, even so much here that the important parts are just text lines that you could have pasted as is). The software you show in screenshot seems to ...


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Assuming you are using a new hosting for your website on another server than the one used before you owned the domain, you need to do nothing. I would recommend using another approach to the one used to fix he sucuri reported issues. You need to find out, perhaps with Google ads support or search console reports why your website was flagged as malicious and ...


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