In order to provide domain registration, email, web hosting and other services, it is necessary for Irish Domains Limited to hold certain information about our customers on our computer systems. Except where necessary for the purposes of registration, providing (or informing you about) our products and services, or where required by law, Irish Domains Limited promise not to make your personal information available to any third party, unless you explicitly allow us.
In order to register a domain, it is mandatory that certain information about the registrant is passed to the top-level domain registry, along with any supporting documentation that may be required to establish identity or rights to the domain name. This information includes (but is not limited to) the following …
1. Domain Name
2. Registrant Name
3. Administrative Contact Name
4. Postal Address of contacts
5. Email Addresses of contacts
6. Telephone/Fax Numbers of contacts
Some or all of the above information may be made publicly available via a WHOIS or similar service. It is not possible for us to register a domain without providing this information, and is a condition of registration that the registrant (you) consents to this information being passed to the appropriate national registry or accredited registrar for the purposes of registration.
Unless clearly identified otherwise, all provided email services are operated by or contracted to Irish Domains from locations within Ireland or EU. We do not pass your personal information to other companies in order to provide these services.
Unless clearly identified otherwise, all provided web hosting services are operated by or contracted to Irish Domains from locations within Ireland or EU. We do not pass your personal information to other companies in order to provide these services.
If you request services that are provided by a third party (certain cloud services etc) we will only pass the minimum amount of information to that party consistent with the provision of that service. Where service providers are located outside of the EU we will ensure that information is only passed to the provider under a privacy regime or contractual system reasonably consistent with EU data protection regulations.
Your personal information and other information you may provide when ordering or using services is maintained on secure servers in a location that is physically protected from unauthorized access. We will take all reasonable technical and organizational measures to protect your information from unauthorized disclosure.
Websites operated by Irish Domains may make use of ‘Cookies’, small pieces of information that are remembered by your web browser. This allows you, for example, to remain logged in to your control panel or assists in remembering your order when you are purchasing services. Cookies may also be used to allow external sites display customized advertising when you visit them. No individually identifiable personal information is ever stored in cookies. Cookies may be deleted from your browser at any time, or may be disabled by adjusting your browser settings, however we cannot guarantee the correct operation of all our websites in this case.