You can not remove data from a domain record if you are running a business from the domain, the laws around the world relating to combatting fraud, etc, require that domain records reflect the true GEOGRAPHICAL location, real world address and not a PO Box or forwarding address, it has to be the address at which busniess it conducted.
PRIVATE individuals with non-trading websites can and should automatically be dumped in to a "Protective" mode that restricts information down to the bare minimum for legal requirements like who the domain is registered to, their contact information like email and telephone.
There are certain elements in a domain record that has for legal reason to contain information about the site, who owns it, contacting them, etc, it is the law, you can protect certain elements of the domain but some have to be visible.
It is amazing the number of people who block out everything... They will come unstuck when google starts using domains as a qualifier in search results and ranking, there will be a paradigm shift in that when it happens. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if it's secretly part of googles verification and ranking process already.