Russia’s internet providers launch new service to register domains and host sites

Russia’s internet providers launch new service to register domains and host sites

Russian internet providers will launch a new service in late August that will allow users to register domain names, host sites and manage their accounts.

The new service, called the domain registration hostener, will allow Russians to register and control their own websites, according to a statement from the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications and Information Technology (FSB), the agency that oversees the country’s telecoms and internet infrastructure.

The service is being launched in early August.

According to the statement, the service will be a “centralised, centralised service” that allows users to: register domains, host and manage websites, and manage accounts.

Users can also add domains to the service through a portal.

“The service will enable citizens to register their own domain name, and to register a website using it,” the statement said.

“In addition, it will enable users to host websites in a number of different ways, such as using it on their personal computer or mobile phone, or using it to manage accounts.”

In April, the Russian government introduced a new registration system that was expected to see more than 30 million Russians register domains by 2020.