AQ domain names are available to government organizations who are signatories to the Antarctic Treaty and to other registrants who have a physical presence in Antarctica.Australian territory: not to be confused with Cocos islands in Guam.Currently marketed as global domain, registration allowed worldwide, local presence not required; the domain is currently operated by e NIC, a Veri Sign company.A local company in China is required to register a domain name, or for personal registrations a valid Resident Identity Card.A letter on the official letterhead of your organization addressed to Saudi NIC requesting the domain name registration is also required. An open TLD, any person or entity is permitted to register.
Individual applicants must be of age (18 years) and be registered in the Folkeregisteret. However, the creation of the TLD predates the ISO 3166-1 list of cc TLD and is the primary TLD for the United Kingdom. State and local governments, see also TLDOpen TLD; any person or entity is permitted to register; however, registrations may be challenged later if they are not held by commercial entities in accordance with the domain's charter.
The TLD is limited to specific higher educational institutions such as, but not limited to, trade schools and universities. S., its use was restricted in 2001 to post-secondary institutions accredited by an agency on the list of nationally recognized accrediting agencies.
This domain is therefore almost exclusively used by American colleges and universities.
These are usually domains that arrive from native name of the country (e.g. Commonly used for academic websites, such as universities.
However, is not to be confused with the official academic domains used by several countries such as the United Kingdom (uk), India (in) or Indonesia (id).