I'm creating a website for my brand and would like to use
.rs because I can spell out the name with the URL.
IANA says that
rs if for
country-code Serbian National Internet Domain Registry (RNIDS)
Does that mean that my company, based in the USA, can't register under it? I've seen plenty of companies using
.io because it's trendy, but not sure about legalities of this. I don't want to buy then find out I wasted my money because I can't use it.
I checked on this site and it says the
rs is for
for all interested users, regardless of whether they are legal or natural persons, domestic or foreign
does my use fall under the 'interested users' category?
cin ccTLD means? Of course a country can decide anyone to have a domain, including "interested foreigners". Yet there are often eligibility requirements to be a citizen or a resident of such countries. In all cases you will be bound by this country laws. Like if you have a domain under
lyyou are bound to follow the Shariah law. Even outside of edge cases you may want to read more about the conditions you agree to, before clicking the electronic license agreement.