You must have a legal interest to get access to information about an anonymous registrant. It is a legal interest when the information has an effect on the outcome of a lawsuit or a claim for damages. Or if the information is relevant to whether a lawsuit can be brought.
If you need details about an anonymous registrant, please fill out our contact form.
Decision to disclosure information
The first thing we do after receiving your request is assess whether you have a legal interest in the data. If we believe this to be the case, we send your request to the anonymous registrant. The registrant then has 14 days to consent or object to release of the data.
Once the deadline has passed, we decide whether the registrant's objections to the disclosure must be given greater weight than your legal interest or whether the information may be disclosed. When making our decision, the information received from you and the information received from the registrant is taking into account. We also consider, for example, whether the case is urgent in nature and whether we can wait for a discovery order.
If we decide against releasing the requested data, and if you require the information to make a decision on who to sue, you may apply for a discovery order against DK Hostmaster according to Section 299 and Section 343 (1) of the Danish Administration of Justice Act. These sections contain the authority, according to current legal practice, to obtain a court order for release of data from a third party, even if said data are not required in connection with a pending court case.
Read more about your rights of appeal if you are not satisfied with DK Hostmaster’s decision.
If you are an anonymous registrant
Read more about the protection you have if you are anonymously registered with DK Hostmaster.
A legal interest is when the information may change your legal status or be required to make a claim. It is a legal interest when the information influence the outcome of a pending or upcoming lawsuit, or for a lawsuit to be brought.