There are only a few foreign/specialty registries that do not allow WHOIS privacy.You can read more about this service at: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) broadly requires that the mailing address, phone number, and email address of those owning or administering a domain name are made publicly available through the "WHOIS" database.
This could result in the suspension or expiration of your domain.
For more information about the type of records that can be updated please see the Related Article.
A, MX, SRV, LOC, TTL and CNAME records can be edited using the Customer Portal.
To make changes to these details: Any change you make to your domain registration occurs immediately, including edits to WHOIS, nameserver(s), and registrant information.
The following are examples of messages that may appear in your panel when you save a change you make to a domain registration.