Domains and Email

Domains with Special Policies users can register domains or transfer domains to using any of the extensions (also called top-level domains or TLDs) listed here. Most TLDs are subject to rules and policies set by ICANN and therefore use a standard set of processes to register and manage domains. Since each TLD is operated by an independent registry, the registry may have additional policies that govern the registration and use of that particular TLD.

In addition, many country code TLDs (ccTLDs) are exempt from ICANN policy, which means they may have different rules and processes in place compared to standard processes.

The following TLDs have rules and policies that differ from the standard applied to most TLDs.

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