[dns-operations] .in ccTLD 2-level public suffixes
johnl at taugh.com
Sat Aug 27 20:00:01 UTC 2022
It appears that Viktor Dukhovni <dns-operations at dns-oarc.net> said:
>But also some that appear to just mirror other ccTLDs without an obvious
>connection to a category of child domains (com, edu, gov, net, org, ...):
> ai.in am.in ca.in cn.in er.in io.in me.in pg.in tv.in uk.in us.in
>What are these for? I'm afraid these may create or add to user confusion.
The registry web site says since 2005 they've been available for
anyone to register anything. The 2LDs that limit who can register are
ac.in res.in edu.in gov.in mil.in.
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