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Different WHOIS fields in two EU domains


I recently registered a new EU domain name. I noticed that its detailed whois data on EURid site has different fields than my "old" EU domain.

Namely, the old domain has a section called "Registrar technical contacts", whereas the new one has "Registrant technical contacts". At my first glance (before actually reading section headings ) I thought the new registration just didn't implement the registrar's privacy/proxy features, and only after checking the headings I noticed this "slight" difference.

What's the reason for this? Some new policy that only applies to newly registered domains perhaps?



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Yes, it may be due to new policy. There is "Registrant" in some domains who is info. These domain are 2 year old.

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registrant technical contact is some as "admin contact"
registrar technical contact is some as "tech contact"

some registrars use a registrar technical contact, and some registrars use a registrant technical contacts ... it is options for registrars

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So it has nothing to do with EURid policy, but only means that InternetBS (the registrar) changed their options some time in the last two years?

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yes, EURID nothing change in their contact types. This change is in your registrar.

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