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faith generic top-level domain
Introduced 2014
TLD type Generic top-level domain
Registry Famous Four Media
Intended use Intended for individuals, religious organisations and their representatives gaining access to religion and faith resources
Registration restrictions No prior restriction on registration, but registrations can be challenged by or on behalf of any company with a registered trademark[1]
Structure Registrations will be at second level, in form entity.faith and name.faith
Documents ICANN application details
Website Famous Four Media - .faith generic top-level domain name

.faith is a generic top-level domain (gTLD) in the ICANN's generic top-level domain program[2] on the Internet, intended for religious purposes. Famous Four Media was the sole applicant for this suffix, through its investment company dot Faith Limited,[2] managed by Iain Roache, and will be entitled to operate the new generic top-level domain (TLD), upon delegation.

The registry plans to operate a 60 day Sunrise period, [3][4] a 60 Day Landrush [5][6] period followed by General Availability. Domain name registrations will be available from ICANN-accredited registrars. Domains may be registered on the second level[7] (www.example.faith). It will also be possible to register an e-mail address of the form name@example.faith.

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  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ a b ".faith Application Details". ICANN. Retrieved November 16, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Sunrise period. ICANNwiki.com" (html). 
  4. ^ "Sunrise, Landrush for the New TLDs" (html). December 12, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Landrush period. ICANNwiki.com" (html). 
  6. ^ "Landrush period?" (blog). 
  7. ^ "What is a second level domain?" (html). 

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