این مقاله نیازمند تمیزکاری است. لطفاً تا جای امکان آنرا از نظر املا، انشا، چیدمان و درستی بهتر کنید، سپس این برچسب را بردارید. محتویات این مقاله ممکن است غیر قابل اعتماد و نادرست یا جانبدارانه باشد یا قوانین حقوق پدیدآورندگان را نقض کرده باشد.
.ge top-level domain names are available for registration for residents of Georgia (unlimited) or for foreign companies via representation of any local legal person (limited to one domain name per registrant). Second-level domain names are also available for registration for several specific types of registrants:
.com.ge - only for commercial organizations
.edu.ge - only for educational institutions
.school.ge - only for schools
.gov.ge - only for governmental organizations
.org.ge - only for non-governmental organizations
.mil.ge - only for state military organizations (discontinued domain zone, mil.ge domain registered to Ministry)
.net.ge - only for network provider or network project organizations
.ge was delegated to Georgian ISP SaNet in 1992. In 2006 Caucasus Online has been formed after merger of 3 companies (including SaNet) and became sponsor of .ge. Registration service was initially provided by non-profit organization Internet Development Group - Georgia, but after introduction of Caucasus Online it exclusively consolidated both administrative and registrar roles. .gov.ge was delegated to LEPL Smart Logic in 2014.
In 2011 a new top-level domain name was registered for Georgia, intended for domain names in the local language. The top-level domain is .გე, which are the Georgian letters gani and eni, representing G and E rather than an abbreviation of a native word. It became active with active web sites in 2016.
Starting January 20, 2016, Georgia registered .გე top-level domains using Georgian Mkhedruli script. At first, the process started for reservation of governmental and commercial TLDs but after 6 months from start date, registration of IDN ccTLDs became available to the general public.