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Subject: South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, .rw, .vi, .ye, .yt
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.gs
Introduced 1997
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Atlantis North Ltd
Sponsor Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands
Intended use Entities connected with  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Actual use Some use, often unconnected with these islands
Registration restrictions None
Structure Registrations can be made directly at second level
Dispute policies CoCCA dispute policy
Website www.NIC.gs

.gs is the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.

.gs is a member of CoCCA, a group of country-code domains making use of common registry and dispute resolution services, (along with .af, .cx, .nf, .ki, .tl, .mn, .dm, and .mu).

.gs is a common domain for URL shortening services.


Registering a GS domain:

After requesting a .gs domain name from most hosts, you will receive an email from the CoCCare Registry about your new domain. The message should contain the following information:

"Dear *Your Name*, You are receiving this email because you are listed as the registrant contact for a new .(domain).gs domain name. As the listed registrant you are the individual ultimately responsible for ensuring compliance with the .gs policy."

The email will also state the fact that you have to keep your contact information current.

The provided email for questions is for the NIC.gs helpdesk.

External links

  • IANA .gs WhoIs information
  • .gs domain registration website
  • SGIslands.gs: Official government website of the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands


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