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RESERVED NAMES POLICY
CDNIC registry currently reserved a list of domains. The approach of reserving domain names is a common practice among ccTLD registries around the world. Names are typically reserved for technical, social, religious and governmental considerations. In general, reserved names can be classified under one of the following categories:
• Generic top level domain (gTLD) (such as .com, .org, .net, .edu, .gov, .aero, .biz, .info, etc
• Two letter country-code top level domain (ccTLD) (such as .ae, .ca, .jp, .kr, .my, .uk, .ye)
• Three letter words (such as abc, xyz, 123)
• Geographical names (such as country names, provincial names, state names etc)
• Government-linked names (such as head-of-state name, titles etc)
• Obscene names (such as obscene/foul words)
• Socially sensitive names (such as names with sexual meaning, social taboos etc)
• Religion sensitive names
• Internet technical terms (such as 'www', 'http', 'icann', 'registry', etc)
CDNIC may at anything include more categories of words into the reserved names or release the reserved names for registration.
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