.id

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.id
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Introduced 1993 (Fully operational in 1996)
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry PANDI
Sponsor Perkumpulan Pengelola Nama Domain Internet Indonesia (PANDI)
Intended use Entities connected with  Indonesia
Actual use Very popular in Indonesia
Registration restrictions Indonesian presence required
Structure Registrations are made at third level beneath second level labels
Dispute policies http://www.pandi.or.id/ketentuan-umum/
Website http://www.pandi.or.id

.id is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Indonesia.

Second level domains[edit]

On 11 March 2013 the Indonesian Domain Name Forum approved the adoption of a new desa second level domain for Indonesia's 72,944 villages with autonomy for local affairs.[1] This brings the total to 11:

  • ac.id — Academic Institutions
  • biz.id — Small and Medium Commercial Entities
  • co.id — Commercial Entities
  • desa.id — Villages
  • go.id — Government and Governmental System
  • mil.id — Military
  • my.id — Personal/Blogger
  • net.id — Communication/ISP Company
  • or.id — Formal Organizations/Community
  • sch.id — Schools
  • web.id — Informal Organizations/Personal

Starting on August 17, 2014, second-level .id domains will enter general availability to register. This date was chosen to coincide with Indonesia's independence day.[2]

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