New Zealand’s Domain Name Commission wins appeal against DomainTools for breaching privacy of owners of .nz domains

The New Zealand’s Domain Name Commission has won the case against DomainTools when the US Court of Appeals dismissed the appeal of DomainTools and confirmed previous court decision from September 2018. The case dealt with the practice of DomainTools, a US digital intelligence gathering company, to disclose the data of  about 60 thousand .nz name holders who opted for keeping their information private.