Global Name Registry is the global operator of the Internet's only and exclusive address space for individual identity - .name.
A .name address is a personal, memorable and lifelong address for your Internet identity. When you get a .name address, it sits on top of your email account and your web page (e.g. your myspace page or your personal website), so you can have one address, for life, no matter which email or web site you use.
Global Name Registry (GNR) is the license operator of .name, the first and only global top-level domain (gTLD) for individuals, approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in November 2000 and launched in 2002.
The company offers two types of registration products: second level domains of the type morgan.name (structured like .com domains, except much more names are available on .name), and third level domains, which include personalized email address name, of the type peter.morgan.name and email@example.com.
Since .NAME enables you to protect your business online, a domain with .NAME makes your web address unique and easy to memorize. A .NAME extension is doing much more, helping you reach and communicate with the audience in the world.
Any name, nickname, pseudonym, alias, or something an individual or fictional character can be used to register .name domain for companies or private users.
No extra restrictions are needed.