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Wikipedia has a list of top-level domains but few of their entries specify availability or restrictions, such as having to be a citizen or have a business presence, etc.

So, what are some top-level domains with no to little restrictions with regards to who may register? These are domains particularly useful in domain hacks.

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Wikipedia lists them all in the Country Code top-level domain article, with domains allowing foreign registration marked with an asterisk.

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Somehow I missed that. The problem is it seems inaccurate. .is (Iceland) allows foreign registration, yet is not marked with an asterisk. – Paperjam Jul 22 '10 at 7:07
It's Wikipedia. Edit the article. Add the asterisk. – Bryson Jul 22 '10 at 23:01

In the list of ccTLDs in the Wikipedia article you mentioned, each ccTLD has its own Wikipedia page. In the infobox (on the right) for each country’s page, there is a row titled Registration restrictions that may be useful to you.

Alternatively, you could check links to country specific registration policies that are mentioned in this listing

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