Non-IDNA or non-ICANN registries that support non-ASCII domain names::Internationalized domain name
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Non-IDNA or non-ICANN registries that support non-ASCII domain names There are other registries that support non-ASCII domain names. The company ThaiURL.com in Thailand supports .com registrations via its own IDN encoding, ThaiURL. However, since most modern browsers only recognize IDNA/punycode IDNs, ThaiURL-encoded domains must be typed in or linked to in their encoded form, and they will be displayed thus in the address bar. This limits their usefulness; however, they are still valid and universally accessible domains.
Internationalized domain name sections
Intro Internationalizing Domain Names in Applications Top-level domain implementation Non-IDNA or non-ICANN registries that support non-ASCII domain names ASCII spoofing concerns Top-level domains accepting IDN registration Timeline See also References External links
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