TLD registry guide number 1: dot-eu
Every week, Managing Internet IP will provide an independent guide to protecting domain names in a particular top-level domain. This week: .eu, the ccTLD for the European Union
Dot-eu is the country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the European Union, which was launched in 2005. Despite the EU not being a country in a conventional sense, Icann felt the political union warranted a ccTLD and approved it in 2005,...
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