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.sg registrars, requirements and history
The .sg top level domain (TLD) identifies the country of Singapore on the internet. First created in 1988, the Singapore Network Information Center (SGNIC), a subsidiary of the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, administers the nation's TLD. SGNIC accepts registrations for .sg as well as second-level domain names including com.sg, net.sg, org.sg, per.sg, and edu.sg. In order to apply for a domain name, an applicant must retain a business registrar.
Anyone with an address in Singapore may apply for a domain within the .sg category. A foreigner with an agent in possession of a valid Singapore address may also apply within this category. Restrictions to the second level domain namyes are listed below:
- .com.sg. The applicant must be a commercial entity registered with a professional body.
- .org.sg. The organization must be registered with Registry of Societies (ROS).
- .net.sg. Use is restricted to service providers and info-comm networks and/or data storage enterprises.
Names suggesting a link to the Government are not allowed. Country names in any language are not permitted. Additionally, obscene, indecent, or names forbidden by morality or law in any language are not available for naming purposes. The SGNIC reserved the absolute right to reject any name that it deems contrary to the public interest or offensive to social objectives.
0.1% of all websites worldwide in the world utilize the .sg domain. Registration within the .sg top level domain is good for one to two years and can be renewed with completion of appropriate paperwork.