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country code

(in Britain) n
(Environmental Science) a code of good practice recommended to those who use the countryside for recreational purposes
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A ccTLD, like a domain name, cannot be conceptualized apart from the services provided by these parties," he ruled.
The forum covered topics including new gTLDs; registry strategies for domain name growth; the role of ccTLDs in strengthening the domain name industry at national and international level; registrar accreditation in a borderless environment; and registrar strategies in a competitive environment.
KeyDrive SA companies Moniker and SnapNames announced on Thursday that they have published the final catalogue and opened bidding for their Premium International & ccTLD Auction.
The TRA officially recognizes ICANN's role in coordinating the root services of the Internet, and ICANN officially recognizes TRA's role as the ccTLD manager for .
ae ccTLD as well as overseeing the operation of the Registry System.
According to CENTR Chairman Paul Kane, this approach would effectively de-politicise the role of the root servers, allowing ccTLD holders to make changes to their own IANA entries, a process that would be much faster than before and remove the need to 'ask permission' from the US.
ICANN's responsibility for dealing with domain name disputes strayed into politics last year when the Iraqi government made an official petition for the control of the ccTLD (country code, top level domain) suffix, `.
Oscar Robles, director general de NIC Mexico, fue nombrado presidente de la LACTLD (Latin American and Caribbean Country Code Top Level Domain Organization) establecida legalmente en este 2004 y que tiene como mision representar los intereses de los ccTLD (Administradores de Codigos Territoriales, por sus siglas en ingles) de la region en materia de nombres de dominio.
Making it easier to find us' ultimately means the removal of all ccTLD (country code Top Level Domains) and is no excuse whatsoever for allowing Wales to advertise its presence on the internet as Europe's newest democracy.
At a meeting of the organization in Montreal last week, ICANN's board voted to create a Country-Code Names Supporting Organization (ccNSO) to represent the views of some 240 ccTLD managers around the world.
The new ccTLD database includes domains from 233 countries, while the expanded gTLD collection includes .
Some ccTLDs are being marketed for use by the general public, giving organizations and individuals looking for unused Internet real estate some new choices while benefiting the country holding the ccTLD.