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24 April 2018
A revised version of the federal Ordinance on Internet Domains entered into force on January 1 2018. It gives the responsible registries the possibility of temporarily blocking the top-level domain names '.ch' and '.swiss'. According to the Swiss Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM), the registries can temporarily block these domain names where they are being used to:
In addition, anti-cybercrime services can request that registries block the domain names. However, these services require prior recognition from OFCOM. To date, only two such services have been approved:
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