What is a top-level domain?

A top-level domain is used to designate the type of organization or the country of origin. Generic top-level designators are commonly three letter suffixes like .com, .net, .org, .edu. Country code top-level domains are commonly two letter suffixes like .ca, .us, .uk, etc., as assigned by the United Nations.

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