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.swiss domain names available to private individuals

Bern, 28.06.2023 – From the first half of 2024, private individuals will also be able to acquire a .swiss domain name provided they are Swiss or live in Switzerland. To this end, the Federal Council adopted a revision of the Internet Domains Ordinance (OID) on 2 June 2023. It has now tasked the Federal Office of Communications OFCOM, as the registry for the .swiss domain, to prepare for this extension.

Press release from the Federal Office of Communications OFCOM: .swiss domain names available to private individuals (admin.ch)

 

With .swiss portals against the effects of the pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has placed Switzerland in a state of emergency. The hitherto unknown “SARS-CoV-2” coronavirus affects us all, from hairdressers to nursery school teachers to workers in the tourism industry. Seldom have the heroes of everyday life been brought into focus as much as in the current situation. The entire population has faced historic challenges. (more…)

The shortlist for the dot.swiss anniversary prize at the Best of Swiss Web Award

This year’s Best of Swiss Web Award Night will take place on 22 October 2020 in the Samsung Hall. Once again the best websites in Switzerland will be awarded the Best of Swiss Web Award in the form of an exclusive buoy. This year, for the 20th anniversary, the special “Best of .swiss” prize will be awarded. A newly created buoy in federal red will be presented to the best internet presence of a website with the .swiss suffix. (more…)

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