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.fr registrars, requirements and history
.fr is the top level domain for France and has been around since 1986. New domain registrations started to grow in the late 90's as an ever increasing number of companies and individuals in France started creating websites and wanted their own domain name to identify them.
The .fr TLD is currently managed by AFNIC, also known as Association Francaise pour le Nommage Internet et Cooperation. It administers not only .fr domains, but also domain names for territories that are under French administration, such as .pm for Saint Pierre et Miquelon and .re for Reunion. AFNIC does not register domains for individual users directly. Rather, it accredits independent registrars which take care of the process for the client. Nearly all domain registrars based in Europe let their clients register a .fr domain and many others based elsewhere also make them available.
Previously, a registrant had to be based in France in order to register a .fr domain. This rule has been relaxed as of December 2011, where any individual, organization or business based in Europe can acquire a .fr domain. Registration of domains containing certain words which might infringe on intellectual property laws or cause harm to public order is subject to a review by AFNIC. The list of words that trigger a review is available on AFNIC's website.
This TLD has always been very popular in France and businesses that sell their products primarily to French residents will often choose a .fr domain instead of a more generic .com one. Companies located elsewhere in Europe that build a French language website and target France in their marketing materials.