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Domain-local [r]: Computer-processable information that has a destination address (name) that is unique only in a context that, while it may be managed by multiple organizations, uses shared conventions to avoid duplicate assignments. Examples include the registered and globally routable Internet Protocol address space, telephone numbers in the Public Switched Telephone Network, and Domain Name Service fully qualified domain names that belong to registered top-level domains such as .org or .com