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||Is operational and is sponsored by Societe
Internationale de Telecommunications Aeronautiques SC (SITA).
||Is already fully operational and accepting live
||Is intended for “commercial” organizayions and is the
||Is operational. The .coop TLD is sponsored by the
National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA).
||Is for educational organizations and is one of the
||Is for US government organizations.
||Is fully operational and accepting live registrations.
is the Internet's first unrestricted top-level domain since
||In brief, the .int domain is used for registering
organizations established by international treaties between
or among national governments. Only one registration is
allowed for each organization. There is no fee for
registering an .int domain name.
||US Dept of Defense
||The Defense Information Systems Agency is a combat
support agency responsible for planning, developing,
fielding, operating, and supporting command, control,
communications, and information systems that serve the needs
of the President, Vice President, the Secretary of Defense,
the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Combatant Commanders, and the
other Department of Defense (DoD) Components under all
conditions of peace and war.
||Was created by and for the global museum community. It
enables museums, museums associations and museum
professionals to register .museum website and e-mail
addresses. This, in turn, makes it easy for users to
recognize genuine museum activity on the Internet.
||The first and only global top-level domain (gTLD) for
individuals, approved by the Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in November 2000.
||The .net TLD was introduced very shortly after the .com
because of the speed with which names were being registered.
There is no real difference between these two TLD's with
regard to the types of sites that they are used for.
||Is the domain for noncommercial organizations and
||The .Pro domain extension is only available for certain
self-certified professionals who want to differentiate
themselves from the dot commoners.