Marshall - 5:23 am on Jan 31, 2012 (gmt 0)
This is not unlike any other regulation, rule, law, etc., that targets people who do not play by the rules. People who have always provided accurate information need not worry. And as for those people who whine about invasion of privacy, it is all public record. There is no legitimate reason, in my opinion, to conceal the owner of a domain. And if you want your information to remain private, then do what has always been available and pay for private registration.