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The IANA or Internet Assigned Numbers Authority was created at the start of the 1990s in order to "preserve the central coordination functions of the internet in the interests of the community". It is now reduced in scope, most of its responsibilities having been taken over by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) when it was created in 1998. Thus, we no longer speak of the IANA but of the IANA function integrated into ICANN. IANA continues to maintain and publish on its site the ccTLD (Country Code Top-Level Domains) bases.


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