Decision of the Director General of the Public Business Entity Red.es to modify the list of prohibited or reserved words for second level ".es" domains
Section seven of the National Plan for domain names declares that the Public Business Entity Red.es has approved a list of prohibited words and three lists of reserved words.
These lists were approved in the Instruction from the Chairman of the Public Business Entity Red.es dated 12 September 2005, and, by virtue of section four of said Instruction, they have been completed and updated by:
- Resolution from the General Director of Red.es, June 28, 2006.
- Resolution from the General Director of Red.es, September 27, 2007.
- Resolution from the General Director of Red.es, October 29, 2007.
- Resolution from the General Directorof Red.es, May 16, 2011.
The following are the approved lists:
- The list of prohibited terms includes a reduced, updated list of Internet terms whose use as a domain name, due to the possibility of causing confusion, is prohibited.
There are three lists of reserved terms relating to second-level domain names that cannot be assigned freely: -The first reserves a list of domain names related to the designations of constitutional bodies or other State institutions, as well as terms related to the Royal Family that have not yet been assigned or have become available.
-The second reserves domain names related to the designations of officially accredited international and supranational institutions that have not yet been registered or have become available.
-The third is an updated list of reserved domain names consisting of place names used as the official designation of regional Public Administrations that have not yet been assigned or have become available. It also includes a list of place names or adjectives included on the ISO 3166-1 list in their official versions and their translations into Spanish.