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What is the .RADIO "Intended Use" field?

Any registrants that register a .RADIO domain name is required to state their intended use of their .RADIO domains. This intended use declaration is mandatory, and may be reviewed by the .RADIO Registry Operators.

Some examples of valid intended use of .RADIO domains include: radio programs-related content, broadcasting livestreams, radio-related activities, radio-related events, providing or managing radio-related services or equipment, or any other activity/content that provides benefit and advancement of the .RADIO community.

The included "Intended Use" of the registered domain name must be:
1. generally accepted as legitimate; and
2. conducive to welfare of the .radio community; and
3. commensurate to the role and importance of the domain, according to the judgement that an average user would reasonably make in the context of that domain name; and
4. based on good faith at registration and thereafter.

Failure to state the intended use of a .RADIO domain name or including a false statement may be the basis for the suspension of the domain name upon the discretion of the registry.

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