The .ORG domain is home of noncommercial organizations on the Internet. .ORG was created in 1984 as one of the Internet’s original top-level domains (TLDs), along with .COM, .NET, .GOV, .EDU, and .MIL. Traditionally the top-level domains of the Internet serve different user groups. The .ORG domain was designated as an “open, unrestricted” domain, one in which anyone could register. It has evolved into the domain used primarily for noncommercial endeavors around the world. It is the place where people build websites encompassing a wide range of noncommercial activity, including education, philanthropy, personal projects, arts and culture, community and civic activities, social and fraternal organizations, and much much more.