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Some domain names may be permanently or temporarily reserved or restricted for registry operations, as premium domain names or to comply with ICANN requirements.
To comply with ICANN requirements, all two-character domains shall be initially reserved, however may be released in the future. In addition reserved names for a) International Olympic Committee, b) International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, and c) Intergovernmental Organizations, for new gTLDs., are not available in accordance with ICANN. The list of these names can be found here.
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Comunidad de Madrid
Plaza Puerta del Sol 7
Madrid Madrid 28013
Constitución Española de 27 de diciembre 1978, Estatuto de Autonomía de 25 de febrero de 1983, Ley de Gobierno y Administración de 13 de diciembre de 1983, la Ley de Administración Institucional de 19 de enero de 1984 y la Ley de Régimen Jurídico de las Administraciones Públicas y... Read more
The Comunidad de Madrid (the Government of the Region of Madrid) is applying for the .madrid TLD to serve the Madrid's community, defined as the community of individuals and legal entities with a bona fide presence, direct or indirect, in the Region of Madrid, including Madrid as the capital of... Read more
The key benefits to all stakeholders of the .madrid TLD will derive from the intrinsic link between the TLD string and the Madrid community: from the specificity of its policies to the needs of the Madrid community; from the ability to design and develop the name space from a clean sheet and from... Read more
The pre-launch, launch and on-going registration phases of the .madrid TLD are designed to minimize social costs and negative externalities. They protect potential registrants and potentially affected parties while maximizing the value of the name space to its registrants and users. This approach... Read more
The .MADRID TLD application is submitted by the Region of Madrid (Comunidad de Madrid), which is the Government of the region of Madrid region; analogous to the States in the Federal States of the USA) on behalf of, and for the Madrid community. The following clauses (A), (B) and (C) describe the... Read more
The applicant is the Region of Madrid itself, the highest-level legitimate authority for the name of Madrid. Its democratically-elected government has the duty to make key decisions regarding the use of the name of Madrid in the interest of all the members of the Region: citizens, organizations,... Read more
As described under Questions 18(a), the purpose of the .MADRID TLD is to: (a) facilitate digital communications from, to and within the Madrid Community; (b) provide a platform for the urban and regional development in the digital space of the Madrid Community; (c) strengthen the image of Madrid... Read more
The .MADRID TLD serves the Madrid community. The Madrid community comprises persons and legal entities with a bona fide presence in the Madrid area. The Madrid area is the area of the Region of Madrid, Spain. ((- relationship to the established name, if any, of the community. )) The TLD string... Read more
((- Eligibility: who is eligible to register a second-level name in the gTLD, and how will eligibility be determined.)) As described in the response to Questions 20(a), two types of conditions must be fulfilled for the right to register a .Madrid name. These are: (A) community membership (bona... Read more
1. Reserved List of Geographic Names In accordance with Specification 5 of the proposed TLD Registry Agreement published as Attachment to Module 5 of the Applicant Guidebook by ICANN, and with Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) advice on geographic names at the second level, the .madrid... Read more
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