The reason I ask is because a domain was removed from my account on 24 May (the day GDPR kicked off) and, long story short, I ended up trying to buy it back! Sedo were proper useless. When I questioned the "seller's" right to list my domain, they initially said this... Eventually, I gave them enough clues as to who really owned the domain & they returned it to my account. When I pressed for an explanation, they came up with this... Read that again, carefully. You would think that, if Sedo were unable to establish the identity of the new "owner", the default position would be to maintain the status quo & ask for further evidence. Apparently not. If you are a 'good' customer with an address in a tax-haven, you can list any domain you like, regardless of whether you own it, or not. So, if you have domains listed for sale at Sedo, but don't login very often, you might want to check they are still safe in your account & not being sold off by some shady character hiding behind a brass plate in Belize. You have been warned.