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About the INAIC
The Internet Names Authorization & Information Center (INAIC) is the official representative body for Public-Root, the next generation global Internet. The INAIC is an international, not-for-profit, service agency organized and dedicated to the maintenance of public information resources that facilitate the coordination and resolution of global Top-Level Domain names through the Public-Root server system.

The INAIC ensures universal resolvability of the Public-Root so that all users of the Internet can connect to all web addresses of the Inclusive Name Space.

The INAIC preserves the operational stability of the global Internet by providing public access to the coordination, management and distribution of elements and identifiers used to delegate Top-Level Domains in the Public-Root system.

The INAIC verifies and provides authoritative data to Public-Root systems at the regional and local level. The INAIC encourages, participates and assists industry and government in deploying root systems to serve local users or regional interests.

The INAIC supports diversification and expansion of the Public-Root systems. Regional public servers improve the security and privacy of local Internet transactions, speed up query resolution, and reduce a local network’s dependence on a centralized root infrastructure.

Local or regional public root systems also facilitate compliance with information privacy legislation and regulations. The provisioning of public root infrastructure by the INAIC reduces potential security issues such as surveillance, redirection or intrusion of network traffic by unauthorized third parties.

As part of our mandate to coordinate the root system the INAIC operates the Public Root Directory Service Whois databases that support public access to contact and technical information on Top-Level Domains. Information resources include registration services, resource allocations, and the listing of technical elements such as Top-Level domain names, host names, Internet protocol numbers and unique identifiers used in the operation of the Public-Root system.

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