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    Unlike generic top level domains (.com, .net, .fashion etc), ICANN has little or no control over country-specific “ccTLDs”.

    And thank god for that! The last thing any ccTLD needs is to be under the American jurisdiction at all times!

    Hint: ccTLDs are designed for sovereign nations. Most have better privacy laws than ICANN. Security may vary between ccTLDs, too.

    The fact that ICANN has little to no control over ccTLDs is not a bug, but a feature.