WebBoar.com does little more than reproduce the WhoIs database. The WhoIs database allows you to search for the owner of a website domain name. When you buy a domain, for instance www.yourname.com, you are asked to provide you name, address, phone number, and email address. This information is made publicly searchable so that one can always find the owner of a particular website.
How to Keep Your Information from Appearing on WebBoar.com
The trouble, of course, is that most of us don’t want that kind of information on the internet. In order to remove your personal information from the WhoIs database, you’ll need to pay for an agency service such as Domains by Proxy. Once you register with an agency service, the agency’s information replaces your personal information in the WhoIs database.