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Meg, while I am s little in favour of the thing as you seem to be it isn't the end of the world.Firstly the proposal is for businesses and businesslike organisations not private individuals.Secondly, while one is supposed to use one's own address on registrations it is no secret that large numbers of people do not.For the type of purpose you suggest domains are disposable anyway. So, using a false address, with the possibility of losing the domain, if discovered is no real difference to status quo and, depending upon your registrar, given the cost of domain privacy services, it'd be cheaper to lose a domain every year or so due to having used a false address than to pay for domain privacy services. I don't know about you but for me, domains about which care usually have my home address associated with them, no privacy. Over the years I have received a couple of dodgy renewal invoices through the post and an occasional email pimping out some related domain or other but nothing to worry about.
As proposed you'd not lose your domain privacy anyway.But what do you do about your .co.uk domains, and others that have never enabled privacy?Just use a false address and make sure that the email works.