The registrar will check if the domain name is available for registration and create a WHOIS record with the domain name registrant's information. It is also possible to register domain names through a registrar's resellers. The diagram below illustrates the main functions of the parties that are usually involved in the process. A domain name registrant is the person or organization who has registered the domain name. In order to do so, the domain name registrant will usually apply online to a domain registrar or one of their resellers. The domain name registrant is bound by the terms and conditions of the registrar with which it registers its domain name, for instance adhering to a certain code of conduct or indemnifying the registrar and registry against any legal or civil action taken as a result of use of the domain name. Domain name registrants have certain responsibilities that are incorporated into these terms and conditions like payment of registration fees and submission and timely update of accurate data. In addition to registering the domain name, domain name registrants also need to have their domain names listed on name servers in order for that domain name to be reachable on the Internet.
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The name is truncated from organization. It was one of the original domains established in , and has been operated by the Public Interest Registry since The domain was originally "intended as the miscellaneous TLD for organizations that didn't fit anywhere else". The number of registered domains in org has increased from fewer than one million in the s, to ten million in , and held steady between ten and eleven million since then. The sale was blocked by Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers ICANN in April on the basis that transfer of control of the domain to the private equity firm would create "unacceptable uncertainty" for non-profits that relied on the org domain. The domain ".