ccTLD

August 25, 2013  |     |     |   0 Comment

ccTLD is the acronym for Country-Code Top-Level Domain which is a top-level domain assigned to or reserved for a specific country or sovereign state. For example .ca for Canada, .ch for Switzerland, .za for South Africa, and .cm for Cameroon.

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