Scotland ccTLD?

Jay Ashworth jra at
Wed Sep 17 16:10:54 UTC 2014

----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Conrad" <drc at>

> Right. Similarly, .SU has been assigned. SU is a bit odd in the sense
> that it was moved to “transitionally reserved” when the Soviet Union
> broke up and a batch of new country codes were created (e.g., RU, UA,
> etc.) and then, in 2007 (or so) it was moved from “transitionally
> reserved” (which the ISO 3166 Maintenance Agency says “stop use ASAP”)
> to “exceptionally reserved”. The .SU ccTLD is also a bit odd in that
> it is the only code that does not (officially) have a nation-state
> (and hence a legal framework) behind it. In practice, I believe it
> falls under the Russian legal framework.

The European Union (holder of .eu) is not a nation-state either, is it?

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