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 Tuesday, February 16, 2010
10 places with an Internet top-level domain but hardly any people

Most country code top-level domains on the Internet represent areas with millions of people, such as .uk (United Kingdom), .ca (Canada), .de (Germany), .se (Sweden), and so on, but there a places where the population isnít counted in the millions, or even thousands, that still have their very own top-level domain on the Internet. Some of them arenít even inhabited.

IANA, the organization that administers the domain name system, bases its allocation of country code top-level domains on the standard country code list in ISO 3166-1 which defines codes for ďthe names of countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest.Ē

ccTLDs for 10 places with tiny populations 

 

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