Which Internet Registries Offer the Best Protection for Domain Owners?

Not sure what summary I can remember long term from this. Sick with .com/.net/.org or .is/.at? Avoid TLDs run by Donuts or Radix? Somewhere inbetween? .xyz run by xyz.com seems to be not particularly bad or good.

That means that a .onion domain offers you the ultimate in protection from takedowns and snooping, because there is no registry or registrar who can take such a domain down—the domain name resolution function is actually built into the Tor protocol. The catch? Your website can only be visited by other Tor users, who are a minority of daily users of the web.

Don’t use domains!

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