ویکیپدیای انگلیسی، نسخهٔ ۷ ژانویه ۲۰۰۷
Registrations were traditionally made under these second-level subdomains:
However, registrations are now being taken directly at the second level. You can search for whois information of .ug domains from whois.co.ug. Domains start from as low as $14 for non-commercial domains to as much as $29 for commercial .co.ug domains. Registration of the domains can be done at registry.co.ug. There are roughly 10,000 .ug domains as of 2018 (citation needed).
Disputes over Administration
In 2014, Ugandan Members of Parliament called for an investigation after a revelation that a private firm, Infinity Computers and Communication Company, owns Uganda's Internet domain. During a Finance Committee the MPs pressed ICT minister John Nasasira to explain how a private company, i3c, formerly, known as Computer Frontiers, came to own the country's domain name, a glitch that could endanger national security.
The MPs resolved to contact the registrar of companies to furnish them with the details of the proprietors of i3c and asked the minister to explain the circumstances under which the company took over the domain.