generic top-level domain

A top-level domain is the last part of a domain name, e.g. the ".com" in a dot com. A "generic" top-level domain is one that is not country-specific. e.g. .COM, .org, .net, as opposed to (forexample) .uk, .de, .es, .au which are exampls of ccTLDs.

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