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Report Abuse

Domain registrars like In2net only maintain the system of domain names (such as in2net.com) that uniquely label sites. We are not responsible for the content of the sites those domain names point to. This means that, if you don’t like a website or its content, you should bring that issue first to the domain owner and then to the company that hosts that site.

If you have encountered a domain name that is registered through In2net and presents a problem you think should be address, this is the right page for you. If you know what you are reporting, please go ahead and fill in the form below. If you want to know what you can report using the form below, please read the information below the form.

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Definitions of Issues

What they are and what to do about them.

 

Phishing and Pharming

Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive personal, corporate, or financial information (e.g. account numbers, login IDs, passwords, payment details) through fraudulent or “look-alike” emails or websites that purposefully masquerade as trustworthy sources. Pharming is redirection to fraudulent websites or services. Often, phishing and pharming happen at the same time.

To report phishing and/or pharming, please use the form above.

 

Spam

Spam is unsolicited bulk email that the recipient has not granted permission to be sent and, where the message was sent as part of a larger collection of messages, all having substantively identical content used to distribute phishing, pharming, malware, or botnets. Spam is not email sent to you from a company you have a relationship with, even if that relationship is tenuous.

To report spam, please use the form above.

 

Domain Name Hijacking

Domain hijacking, also called domain theft, is the unauthorized transfer of a domain name. It occurs when a domain name is transferred to a new registrar or the ownership information is updated against the owner’s will.

To report domain name hijacking, please use the form above.

 

Inaccurate Whois

Domain owners are required to keep their Whois records up-to-date; registrars are tasked with making sure that their customers do so and ensuring that all claims of inaccuracy are investigated. When there is a mistake in a Whois record, you can report that to the registrar.

To report inaccurate Whois, please use the form above.

 

Intellectual Property Concerns (including DMCA)

This cluster of violations include infringement upon any intellectual property rights (copyright, trademark, or patent). The DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) is a US law that, among other things, addresses online copyright infringement in particular.

To report intellectual property concerns, please use the form above.

 

Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM)

CSAM includes imagery or videos that show a person who is a minor and engaged in or is depicted as being engaged in sexual activity.

Note that In2net cannot validate allegations of CSAM. We are not even allowed to ask employees to confirm the reported presence of CSAM.

Immediately report CSAM to the appropriate authority in your country. You can find out who that is on the INHOPE website.

If you are law enforcement submitting a court order or subpoena to In2net, please contact us directly.

 

Terrorism

The United Nations defines terrorism as any act intended to cause death or serious bodily harm to civilians or non-combatants with the purpose of intimidating a population or compelling a government or an international organization to do or abstain from doing any act. We work with the United Nations’ Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (Tech Against Terrorism) to validate reports of terrorism.

You should always report illegal activity to your local law enforcement agency. In2net cannot determine whether something is illegal or not but regularly works with law enforcement agencies around the world to combat illegal activity online.

If you are law enforcement submitting a court order or subpoena to In2net, please contact us directly.

 

Other Illegal Activities

We cannot list out all other possible illegal activity that you might encounter online because almost anything that is illegal offline can also be done online.

You should always report illegal activity to your local law enforcement agency. In2net cannot determine whether something is illegal or not but regularly works with law enforcement agencies around the world to combat illegal activity online.

If you are law enforcement submitting a court order or subpoena to In2net or otherwise have a court order instructing In2net to enforce action against a site, please contact us directly.