Why are some addresses .COM and others .UK, .DE, .IT etc? Print

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Domains are organised into different types - most types are geographic with the last section representing the country (.uk for GB/UK, .it for italy etc), there are some three letter domains which are an exception to this, .com, .net, .org etc.

More information on Domain names can be found on Internic (for .com, .net, .org) at http://www.internic.net/faq.html
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