. fi is the country code top -level domain ( ccTLD) of Finland. It was introduced on 17 December 1986 and is managed by the Finnish telecommunications regulator (Finnish Communications Regulatory, shortly FICORA ) managed.
Overall a must. Fi - domain be between two and 63 characters and contain only alphanumeric characters. According to the current regulations only company authorized to register a. Fi - domain, which can prove a branch in Finland. For this purpose, an entry in the Finnish trade, association or cooperative register must be demonstrated its draft.
The contracting authority FICORA goes for some time reinforced action against so-called typo domains. These are considered as an abuse of the registration system and can be deleted without notice. As part of an extensive review of problematic domains, a complete domain registrar was excluded from the award in June 2012. In addition, the regulator may not adopt regularly warns against fraudulent offerings that recommend registering homonymous. Com or. Net domains in their name.
Is According to a study by the security firm McAfee in 2008. Fi is the safest domain of all country-specific TLDs.