Internet Domains Quiz

A top-level domain is the short code at the end of a website's name. For example, Jetpunk's is ".com". Can you guess these domains based on the clues given?
A "domain hack" is the practice of using a domain name to spell a word or phrase
.com is filled in because I just gave it away
Quiz by colins04
Last updated: April 12, 2022
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First submittedMarch 22, 2022
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Very common commercial domain
Used by non-profits and open-source projects, like Wikipedia and Archive
Intended to be reserved for network infrastructure organizations and ISPs, it is now treated as an alternative to .com, and is used by millions of miscellaneous websites
Used by the US government
Used by the US military
Used by colleges and universities
Used by international organizations, such as "un.___", "nato.___", and "au.___"
This repetitive three-letter domain was created relatively recently in 2011, intended to be used for pornographic content (even though many of those websites still use .com)
This two-letter country code is the top-level domain for Colombia, sometimes used for miscellaneous websites and occasionally used in typo-squatting scams targeting people who meant to type .com
Country code for the United States
Country code for Germany (hint: language!)
Country code for Spain
Country code for Croatia
The country code was reserved for the United Kingdom, although the much more contemporary .uk has all but replaced it
This country code for a British Crown Dependency doesn't fit its name very well because .gu, .gs and .gy were already allocated. It is used more frequently by websites related to video games and esports because it is also a common initialism in competitive multiplayer games.
This country code is also an English-language pronoun, used in domain hacks such as "despicable.__"
This country code for a Caribbean territory (which isn't actually an independent country) is used in the shortened URL of an American media organization, "http://n.__"
This country code for a nation on Russia's southern border has also been used for websites related to the US state of Arizona
This country code for a Western European nation has been used by YouTube for it's URL shortening service
This country code for a North African nation is used as a domain hack by the popular URL shortening service, "bit._", and the defunct social media site "musical.__"
This domain is a country code for a British overseas territory, but it is much more commonly associated with browser games (such as "agar.__" and "slither.__") and computer science startup companies.
About 8% of Tuvalu's annual income comes from royalties it receives from this country code domain, thanks to its usage by video streaming companies such as Twitch.
Intended use: Entities connected with the French Southern and Antarctic Lands.
Actual use: Websites related to the video game Team Fortress 2.
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