Cyberterra Treaty

Top-level domain (TLD) Field Extensions

The Cyberterra Treaty (CTT) provides the first legitimate means to making nonexclusive claims to unclaimed areas in Antarctica; nonexclusive claims to other terra nullius; exclusive claims to new islands, to disputed areas; and even claims to land already under the sovereignty of UN member states are possible, such as in the cases of diaxenospitias.

The Cyberterra Treaty allows all nations with reasonable claims to back their claims with historical footnotes, but it provides even more.

All exclusive or nonexclusive claims accepted by the Cyberterra Treaty also provide a rationale for the establishment of top-level domains (TLDs) outside the ICANN system, i.e., within the Cesidian Root.

Since most TLDs are either owned by countries or territories of countries, which are all governors of territory; or they are delegated to very wealthy legal extensions of countries called corporations; the Cyberterra Treaty also provides signatory nations and micronations with a working top-level domain, and a legal justification, based on common law precedent, for owning a working top-level domain.

The following nations or states either have one or more working top-level domains in the Cesidian Root, or will soon be granted a working top-level domain within the Cesidian Root:

Nation/State Top-level domain(s)
United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) .um, .ummoa, amomu, .island, .islands, .state, .atoll, .bank, .reef, .tf
Baltic Principality .bap
Sovereign Order of Ahellia .soa
Royal Kingdom of Eesha .ees