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European Cultural and Linguistic Internet Domains
IntroducedJune 2012
TLD typeTop-level domain organization
Registry WebsiteECLID - European Cultural and Linguistic Internet Domains

European Cultural and Linguistic Internet Domains or ECLID is a top-level domain organization.

In 2008 .cymru, .eus, .scot and .bzh formed ECLID. Later it was decided to allow almost any top-level domain for introduction some time in 2013, and a list of applications for these was published in June 2012.[1]

In 2009 these campaign groups set up ECLID (European Cultural and Linguistic Internet Domains) to help save money by raising the profile of their campaigns simultaneously. They are advised by puntCAT, who succeeded in securing a TLD for the Catalan linguistic and cultural community in 2006.[2]

See also[edit]


Others articles of the Topic Internet : World Wide Web, You Know Me Movement, Yahoo!, Foppington's Law, Block of Wikipedia in Venezuela, Hospital Manager Online, The National Memo
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Others articles of the Topic Internet : Hospital Manager Online, RationalWiki, Brave (web browser), Kayden James Buchanan, Wiki, You Know Me Movement, WittyFeed

Others articles of the Topic Scotland : Stirling Highland Games, United Kingdom
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References[edit]

  1. "Reveal Day 13 June 2012". Archived from the original on 15 June 2012.
  2. "Time may yet cym for Wales on the net".

External links[edit]

Scot Category:Domain names of the United Kingdom Category:Internet in Scotland

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