Source Pravda.Ru

Russian Internet celebrates 19th anniversary

Russian Internet celebrates 19th anniversary 

On Sunday, the 19th of April 2013, the Russian national internet domain celebrates its 19th anniversary. In 1994, three Russian companies started a Russian national domain.

The Russian Research Institute for Public Networks guaranteed them administrative and technical support. Today, the .ru zone has 4.47 million registered domains. The Russian segment includes a Cyrillic zone, where users can read sites in the Russian language. The Cyrillic zone .rf has nearly one million registered domain names in the Russian language.  

 

(re-written by Olivia Kroth; source Itar Tass)

 

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