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.uy

.uy
Introduced 1990
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Servicio Central de Informatica
Sponsor Universidad de la República
Intended use Entities connected with  Uruguay
Actual use Popular in Uruguay
Structure Registrations are at the second level or at third level beneath various second-level names
Documents Rules
Dispute policies Arbitration
Website .uy NIC

.uy is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Uruguay. Domain names can be registered at second-level or at third-level. As from 11 June 2012, second level .uy registrations are possible.

Second-level domains

  • .com.uy: for commercial companies (a local billing contact is required for foreign registrants.)
  • .edu.uy: for local educational entities.
  • .gub.uy: for local governmental entities.
  • .net.uy: for local Internet service providers.
  • .mil.uy: for local military.
  • .org.uy: for non-profit organisations.

External links

  • IANA .uy whois information
  • Registration website beneath other .uy second-level domains
  • Interview with the technical responsible for .uy domains (spanish)



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