Registry .LAT

The .LAT Registry is in charge of the administration of the .LAT generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) and has designed its Accredited Registrars program for those who wish to offer it.
 
It is the responsibility of the .LAT Registry to ensure that the .LAT gTLD is always available and to maintain the continuous operation of the services. This allows for registration and modification of domain names at all times, but mainly, it allows for the information of .LAT domains to be accessed by the Internet’s systems and services at all times.
 
The new gTLD .LAT is an eCOM-LAC initiative that offers Latino individuals and organizations across the world the option of having a Internet presence with a Latino identity that allows them to stand out and differentiate themselves from the rest of the Internet.
 
 
About eCOM-LAC
 
 
The Latin America and Caribbean Federation for Internet and Electronic Commerce (eCOM-LAC) was founded in March 1988 in a meeting held in Rio de Janeiro. It is a non-profit organization integrated by several entities interested in combining efforts for ICTs in the Latin America and Caribbean region, supporting the initiatives to reduce the digital gap in this geographic zone, and representing the private sector of the region in the corresponding international forums, such as:
 
WSIS - World Summit on the Information Society
IGF - Internet Governance Forum
ICANN- Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
LACNIC - Latin American and Caribbean Network Information Center
 
The entity was a founder of LACNIC, the Latin American and Caribbean Network Information Center, established at the end 2003, after four years of negotiations with the ICANN to obtain the approval of this organization.
 
eCOM-LAC currently has entities and companies from Mexico, Ireland, Peru, Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina, among others.