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What is regulated in the Top-level Domains Act?

Updated 28 Apr, 2020

The Swedish Top-level Domains Act (2006:24) (the Top-level Domains Act) applies to the top-level domain .se and regulates, among other things: 

• The technical operation of the .se domain and the allocation and registration of .se domains.

• What information the register of assigned domain names should include and how the registry information should be handled. 

• That the information in the register can be retrieved without charge via internet. However, details of a physical person (personal data) may only be made available in this way if the individual has given their consent. 

• That The Swedish Internet Foundation the domain administrator) should provide a dispute resolution system for domain names (ADR).