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As of this week, the Finnish Registry has slightly relaxed the registration requirements and implemented a new system to accept .fi domain name registrations.
Previously only one domain was allowed per organisation and the name had to exactly correspond to the name of a business, organization or trademark. Under the new system, organisations can register multiple .fi domains of any nature, as long as they fulfil “requirements of decency.”
However, .fi domains are still restricted to companies with a Finnish presence. Only a company or a community entered into the Finnish Trade Register, the Finnish Register of Associations or the Finnish Register of Foundations, or a corporation within the Finnish public sector, may apply for a domain name.
For more information regarding <a href=”http://www.safenames.net/regulations/FI.html”>.fi domain name registration</a>, contact <a href=”http://www.safenames.net/about_contactus.html”>Safenames customer services</a> or visit <a href=”http://www.safenames.net”>www.safenames.net</a>