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So has started to offer a free (50GGB maximum traffic).
What does think?

Personally, I have no idea how good namecheap is to protect users data

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@selea Stay away from them. I had one domain bought there and after moving it to another registrar they said I can't delete my account. What's more, I had to contact support to deactivate it and just because they automatically created ssl certificate for the domain I used to own there, they do not want to delete my data in next few years.

Just no.

@kylaver

Well, they are not allowed to delete your data if you have domains from specific tld's.

@kylaver

Registrar is often required to keep data up to 10 years if they resell certain tld's.

@selea they specifically said in e-mail that it's about the ssl cert only

@kylaver

Could be some crappy requirement from Comodo, or they are just crappy :D

@selea
I'm pretty sure they just resell rackspace cdn.

@selea I just use the free tier on Cloudflare and it's really good. #mastoadmin

@uther

Personally, I prefer not to use cloudflare.
I currently use BunnyCDN and I am very happy with it :)

@selea What use is a CDN service if it's capped at 50GB? It's a bit pointless to get a CDN in the first place if that's all the traffic you get isn't it?
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