Category Archives: Privacy

Five New Year’s Resolutions for Everyone Who Owns a Domain

It’s the time of year when we set New Year’s resolutions like losing weight or eating healthy. Sadly, many resolutions are hard to keep, which is why more than half of people end up abandoning them. As the new year begins, here at Namecheap we want you to feel a sense of accomplishment. If you have any domains, … Continue reading Five New Year’s Resolutions for Everyone Who Owns a Domain

Snowden, PRISM, and Surveillance: an Aftermath

In the wake of Edward Snowden’s leaked information about government surveillance activities, Congress passed a law restricting some of the actions of US intelligence agencies. This law, known as the USA Freedom Act, was a valiant attempt to rein in excesses of the National Security Agency (NSA). As part of Internet Privacy week, Namecheap is … Continue reading Snowden, PRISM, and Surveillance: an Aftermath

Whois Privacy: Make Your Public Data Less Vulnerable

Do you get a lot of robocalls on your cell phone? How about unsolicited text messages offering you a logo for your new website? Is your spam folder overflowing with offers for SEO services? Do you wonder how in the world they got your contact information? Whenever you register any domain name, you’re required by … Continue reading Whois Privacy: Make Your Public Data Less Vulnerable

Join Us For Internet Privacy Week

Almost every time you visit a website or use a mobile app, someone is collecting data about you. However, across the globe there are few laws that govern how companies collect this data or what they can do with it. To address this issue, Namecheap is collaborating with TechDirt to bring you Internet Privacy Week (Oct. 18-24). We will … Continue reading Join Us For Internet Privacy Week