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.ml
Introduced 1993
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Sotelma
Sponsor Sotelma
Intended use Entities connected with  Mali
Actual use Used in Mali
Registration restrictions Varying requirements for registrations under different second-level names; generally, local presence is required
Structure Registrations are at third level beneath various second-level names
Documents Registration form
Website SOTELMA

.ml is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Mali.

In April 2013 the Agence des Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication (AGETIC) announced that it would give away .ml domains for free, hoping to improve the usage and the knowledge of the IT industry in Mali. It is the first African nation to start giving away domains for free.[1][2][3]

.ml is available for free worldwide in a partnership with Freenom (previously known as Freedom Registry).[4]

Second-level domains

Registrations are at the third level beneath these names:

  • .net.ml: Internet providers
  • .org.ml: Associations (must show registration); international organizations permitted, but must be registered with the local administration
  • .edu.ml: Local schools
  • .gov.ml: Governmental organisations
  • .presse.ml: Local press

References

  1. ^ "Mali Gives Away Its .ML Domain Names for Free".  
  2. ^ "Mali gives away its .ML domain names for free" (PDF). Freedom Registry. 8 April 2013. Retrieved 10 April 2013. 
  3. ^ "Mali to give away .ML domains for free".  
  4. ^ "Freenom homepage". Retrieved 20 March 2013. 

External links

  • IANA .ml whois information
  • .ml domain application form
  • Freenom, a registrar offering .ml registration
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