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The Registrant of the domain name, that is the party and contact information that the domain registration record corresponds to, is the controlling party. If Sam used his own personal or business name along with his corresponding contact information during the domain registration, it's under his control. If Sam used Fred's name and contact information, ...


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Your screenshots show different sites. Some include www, and some don't. The difference of www means a different site, and different performance data.


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There are likely several attributes that your sites share in common that could be used to link them. IP Address -- they will be hosted on the same server. Sites like this one list the host names that point to a particular server. There may also be many sites not owned by you on the same server which may disguise it somewhat. You use the same templates or ...


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Short answer? Both. Sorta. Transfer the domain name first. Not for any particular reason except that it may take a while. I have seen these go in just a couple of hours and I have seen these go for a couple of weeks. It all depends on the registrars and whether they have their [redacted] together. Having the domain transferred does not mean that you cannot ...


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I'm the founder of a service for generating privacy policies, which happens to be based in Italy, so I know very well Italian laws on the topic. In your case and according to Italian laws, the Data Controller - Titolare del Trattamento in Italian - must be mentioned in the privacy policy (or by any other means of informing the data subject/user about its ...


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SoreThumb, it really depends on what you are trying to do. Its very common for people to think their idea is patentable, when it really isn't. Also, think about it.. if you patent it, and put it on the web, anybody from another country can choose to copy it.. (unless you restrict access.. but there' still some vulnerability). Will you have the resources ...


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You are in a tough spot. It is the responsibility of the registrar to pass all complaints to the domain owner. GoDaddy can contact me a variety of ways and has. A real e-mail, mailing address, and phone number has to be provided for private registration. And before the domain can go private, the registration information must be verified. But not all ...


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I would agree with Robert Hue, that you can't really contact them that easily. Now technically if they are not using their host's proxy service to hide their contact info, they are supposed to fill it out with correct information. Otherwise fake information (including fake proxy info) can be sent to ICANN via their WhoIs complaint form, but that's just 1 ...


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According to ICANN, A Proxy Service registers the domain name itself and licenses use of the domain name to its customer. The contact information of the service provider is displayed rather than the customer’s contact information. The Proxy Service provider maintains all rights as a registrant (such as to manage, renew, transfer and delete the ...


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You can actually transfer a Google Analytics account, rather than just adding them as user: 1.Click Admin. 2.In the ACCOUNT column, use the menu to select the account that contains the property you want to move. If you have a lot of accounts, use the search box to help you find the right one. 3.In the PROPERTY column, select the property you want to move. ...


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The only publicly listed information is what you can see in a whois query. But even then if the domain owner chooses to enable domain privacy (assuming it is available on that domain extension) you are unlikely to be able to see any info at all. If your question is really about trying to get info about a domain where someone is squatting and they have ...


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1- Sure the best way is to add 301 redirect. 2- As another way, you can create rel=canonical from every page of old subdomain to every page of your own website. Guys from oldnewspaper would not even know about it. 3- If you can add 301 redirect even temporary, so do it and do relocation in google search console. So there is no other way to solve your ...


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To add to Max's answer... If it's the only existing Property within the GA Account, no need to transfer the Property to a different GA Account. You can simply add them as a User to GA, via their own Google Account email address at the GA Account level with all permissions. They can then remove your access.. all done. Probably best to seek legal advice ...


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Yes. The domain owner and how the registration is paid for are two separate things. ... and how? There is nothing special you need to do, just enter your payment details at "checkout". If you find a domain registrar that imposes such a strange restriction (although I never have), then find a different registrar.


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On your about page, add an owner section that has a copy of your public PGP key as a download. If someone wants you to prove ownership of the site, they can download the public key, then request you to send them a signed a file. Since they know the public key belongs to who-ever owns the sever, they can infer that person must be you if the public key is ...


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Meta tag : <meta name="author"content="YourName"> Register the site on various webmasters (google, bing etc.) platform and complete site verification process. Edit footer and add your name or entity name like © 2016 YourName. If you own the site then you will have access to the hosting and or the code. Hence you can make these edits. But make ...


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Write in comments in html or write meta author tag in head of page: <meta name="author"content="Your name ">


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As you've mentioned, transferring ownership/control of the website can be done as you mentioned, by assigning the other person administrator rights, and either removing your own admin rights, or having them remove them for you. When it comes to transferring a domain, even between registrars, the process is actually pretty straight-forward. All the other ...


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This is from a free site I use a lot Pentest-Tools I felt it would help you more than just doing a WOT search or the whois/alexia/dns lookups. This should be able to answer your question bye running a quick test to see if it shows up as you or not. -Hillary Marek 'Find Subdomains' allows you to discover subdomains of your target domain and increase ...


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It is possible that reverse DNS would reveal something, but that depends on how Namecheap manages their shared hosting accounts. This could be determined by evaluating two domains on one account. However, if someone is going through the trouble to evaluate the records of two sites, then there is a good chance they are already on to you. Seeing that both ...


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If the domain's contact details held by the registrar are accurate/verified and the domain owner is reachable by the registrar, but they do not respond to your complaint, there is not really anything further you can do in terms of direct contact with either the registrar or registrant since both parties are now aware but not interested in helping. If you can ...


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Not that I am aware of. Google does not provide support at all so transferring an account would likely be impossible. However, not all is lost. Create a new account, get new code for the website, verify the site, and Bobs your uncle!


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Yes, it is possible to hide your information on WHOIS. Just get the private registration from your domain registrar. Through this you can hide your personal information. After that check details at a WHOIS service to know whether your registration is private or not. If private registration means your information will be hide on this tool.


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One of the most popular ways is by using 3rd party, independent archiving service or any site storing parts of your content with original source provided. Examples include: Internet Archive wayback machine Newsgathering services (assuming they store archive) References to your website quoting parts of your content. Storing documents in archives might be a ...


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publisher is not the same as author. You are the publisher of the web pages, so it’s fine to link to the website’s Google+ page with the publisher link type, even on pages containing content from other users. The author link type […] indicates that the referenced document provides further information about the author of the nearest article element ...


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The question whether to patent something is about whether you have a free 15,000$ to spend on a patent application. In many cases it might be more useful to spend that money on programmers to actually get your website out there and attract users. It's not so much a question about theft protection. Javascript and Html code is already protected by copyright. ...


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