Serbian .RS Domains to Be Launched January

16 Dec 2007

PODGORICA, MONTENEGRO - The Serbian National Register of Internet Domain Names (RNIDS) adopted on October 26, 2007, new regulations on .rs ccTLD (country-code Top-Level Domain), SD PETOSEVIC reported.

.rs stands for the Republic of Serbia. It was previously .yu ccTLD, which stood for Yugoslavia.

According to the new regulations, both foreign and domestic individuals and legal entities are now eligible to register an unlimited number of .rs domains in Serbia.

In the past, it was only domestic legal entities that were eligible to obtain .yu ccTLD and were only allowed one domain per entity. Foreign registrants are required to provide a local administrative contact.

Most importantly, while .rs domains are scheduled to be launched on January 10, 2008, the applications for .rs domains are being accepted now. Preventative measures are recommended to all applicants to submit their applications now in order to reserve .rs domains before the expected launch in January 2008.


 

 


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