The word domain can be defined as meaning space, on in other words active space. We can think of a domain as being a websites entryway. In short, a corporate or personal websites address (name) is its domain. Domains are registered through the accreditation of the ICANN consortium ( A global group on the internet that defends the unity and stability of the Internet). These companies are called registration firms and sites with the .tr extension can only be certified by ODTU (The Middle Eastern Technical University, Ankara) or by other companies that have had the power to do so that has been bestowed by ODTU.
When it comes to patent procedures, the ‘early bird gets the worm’ logic is applied. There are many people who take domain names only to leave them in parking, thus making small profit off advertisements. Some people want excessive amounts of money when they are selling domain names. For a patented domain name to be used, they need a hosting. With this system the domain transfers its documents and date and put this domain into usage through either an IP (Internet Protocol) or under the name of a server (Name Server). When a domain has been patented for 1-10 years, the patent period can be extended also. 1-2 days after the patent period has expired, the website will stop being aired, within thirty days after the expiration period, the patent can be extended (renewed). However, after the 30 days post-expiration, the domain deleting phase will be initiated and in the second or third months afterwards they charge over $100 for the domain setup and fees apart from the initial fees are wanted. But of course it is possible to extend the patent period of the domain, but by the end of the third month, if the domain patent extension has not been renewed by anyone else, you can reopen this domain by paying the initial domain setup fees. After the patent has expired, the domain is posted up by the registrars and this makes the domain available to be claimed by others, to not find yourself in this situation you must renew your patent before it expires.
What is DNS (Domain Name Server)?
DNS, Domain Name Server, is a database. DNS is a system that translates IP numbers into domain names (e.g.: www.sitename.com) and vice versa.
After the prohibition of Youtube, things like changing the DNS settings and Open DNS came about. So what are these? Every computer has DNS settings. And because your DNS has been banned from entering Youtube, you cannot access this website. But when you switch to another DNS, meaning when you use another DNS database for your domain-IP match up, this ban will be lifted.