However with Dynadot you retain ownership even with the privacy option.
Also, all somebody has to do to get your hidden information is to merely challenge ANYTHING about your domain name. No court order is required. It`s like this with every Privacy Option company I have found.
So your WhoIs entry will not show who you are, but anybody can challenge your registrar and get the information anyways.
If you use the privacy option than all communications to your domain name (not to your website) are "screened" by the company ie GoDaddy or Dynadot. They answer phone calls, read your e-mail and read your snail-mail. Then THEY decide what they will forward to you, normally by e-mail unless you have made other arrangements. So although this will save you tons of junk, how private is it?
It`s all in the fine print.