Domain names get international flavor | Tech News on ZDNet

The European Commission has introduced the use of non-Roman characters in .eu domain names, allowing the names to incorporate characters from all twenty-three official languages of the European Union for the first time.

The introduction of internationalized domain names (IDNs) means domain names can include accented accented characters such as ‘ç’, commonly used in Portuguese and Catalan, and ‘ñ’, as used in Spanish and Basque, as well as names written in Greek or Cyrillic characters, the Commission said on Thursday.

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