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Shared Registration System – SRS

Shared Registration System – SRS

Shared Registration System – SRS was created in 1999. The United States Department of Commerce took initiative to create SRS, under an amendment to its cooperative agreement with Network Solutions, Inc. Under this domain name registration system, competing ICANN-accredited registrars register domain names utilizing one shared, central registry operated and maintained by NSI.

Although there is no limit on the number of registrars that may register names using the SRS, stability of the Internet and continuity for consumers is protected by the requirement that every business desiring to become a registrar in the .com, .net, and .org top-level domains must first become accredited for this purpose by ICANN.

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