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.pl registrars, requirements and history
The internet domain .pl stands for Poland, and is the domain specifically intended for Polish-based and/or Polish language websites. It was created in 1990 when the technological embargo on former Soviet or Warsaw Pact countries ceased. The .pl domain was the first to use IDNs, or Internationalized Domain Names, which make use of diacritic signs.
Administration of the registry for the .pl domain is handled by NASK, or Poland's Research and Academic Computer Network. However, this system is fully automated and actual registration of .pl domains is handled by some 98 authorized registrars who operate using the EPP model. The .pl registry's website is located at dns.pl. Dispute resolution is handled differently for foreign and domestic (Polish) entities, with WIPO extended arbitration used for the former, and PIT arbitration for the latter.
While the .pl domain is intended for use in Poland or Polish websites, there are no specific restrictions or registration requirements for using this domain.
The domain incorporates several functional sub domains, including .com.pl for commercial sites, .net.pl, .edu.pl, .org.pl, as well as a few of the less-seen sub level domains (SLDs) such as .art.pl and .info.pl. Also included are SLDs for government entities, the military, and network infrastructure. There are also more than 100 regional sub-level domains, most of which correspond with the major cities and regions of Poland. Currently, there are more than 2.4 million domain names registered under this Top Level Domain (TLD), most of which are registered under the .pl and .com.pl domains.