I'm not sure if my question is a bit paranoid, but still need to at least hear that I am, if so.
I am considering starting a little software development company. Initially I want to host a small website where a certain amount of informational content (like framework setups + documentation) will be available for download.
My question is: will the hosting company I host with, have any claim to any of the content on my site, especially if I created the site myself?
Alternatively, if I were to choose a hosting company where they create the site for you but you manage it, then how would the question above relate? (ie, I didn't create the site myself).
These questions are based on assumption that I would have already registered my company as a bussiness by this time. This also leads me to a what came first "chick or the egg" question: Ideally I should choose a company name that I can uniquelly register as a bussiness and also as a domain name. Is Google sufficient enough to give an indication of uniqueness in these two areas? What would be the best way to proceed with this in order to satisfy the above mentioned criteria?
I would also like to know if ownership of the domain registered name will reside with me if I decide to leave hosting company.
Thank you in advanced and thank you for reading