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TLD is a three-letter acronym that may stand for: A three-letter acronym, or TLA, is a popular type of abbreviation in technical terminology, and is also common in general language. ...


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Top-level domain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (491 words)
A top-level domain (TLD) is the last part of an Internet domain name; that is, the letters which follow the final 'dot' of any URL.
was added in the late 1980s by the NIC for the use of NATO, who felt that none of the then existing TLDs adequately reflected their status as an international organization.
TLD, although no longer used, was not deleted until July 1996.
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TLD reserves the right to change and/or modify the rates/prices of the service, these terms and conditions, and /or the operation of the service.
TLD will not tolerate any subscriber attempting to access the accounts of others; penetrate security measures of other systems, whether or not the intrusion results in corruption or loss of data.
No failure or omission by TLD to carry out or observe any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement shall be deemed a breach of this Agreement if such failure or omission arises from an act of God or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of TLD.
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