In this page you will find information on the processing of personal data.
The Registry and the data publicity
The Registry, during the procedures of the domain name registration and maintenance, with the help of the Registrars, requests the Registrant personal data.
These data are recorded in a database, called DBAN or ‘Data Base dei Nomi Assegnati’ (Database of Assigned Names), where all the information related to the registered domain names are stored. The Registry makes always accessible the connection ‘domain name registrant's name’ through the database consulting system called “WHOIS”.
The policy of the Registry .it on the data publicity follows the technical rules for the specific fields foreseen by the international bodies operating on the Internet, according to the Italian and European Law about the personal data protection and the praxis adopted by other ccTLD.
It is possible to check the documents related to the registration, maintenance, and challenge of a specific domain .it.
The documentation admittance is allowed to them who have a legally protected interest related to the information requested. Whoever has a specific interest in this operation must send to the Registry an official request, on the base of the art. 5.2 of the rules for the "Assignment and Management of Domain Names in the ccTLD .it."
What is Dban
The DBAN (Database of Assigned Names) is the electronic archive that is managed and continually updated by the .it Registry, where all data regarding assigned .it domain names are kept.
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