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It was first registered in July , seven months after the original generic top-level domains such as. As of February [update] , it is the fifth most popular top-level domain worldwide after. As with other ccTLDs in the early days it was originally delegated by Jon Postel to a "trusted person" to manage. Membership of this committee was restricted to a group of high-end ISPs who were part of a formal peering arrangement. The Naming Committee was organised as a mailing list to which all proposed names were circulated. The members would consider the proposals under a ruleset that insisted that all domain names should be very close if not identical to a registered business name of the registrant. Members of the Naming Committee could object to any name, and if at least a small number of objections were received, the name was refused.