The domain name com is a high level space (TLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet. Its name is derived from the word business, showing its unique planned reason for areas enrolled by business associations. Afterward, the area opened for general purposes. The domain was initially directed by the United States Department of Defense, however is today worked by Verisign, and stays under extreme purview of U.S. law. Verisign Registrations in the .com area are handled by means of enlistment centers authorized by ICANN. The vault acknowledges internationalized space names. The domain was one of the first high level spaces (TLDs) in the Internet when the Domain Name System was executed in January 1985, the others being edu, gov, mil, net, organization, and arpa. It has developed into the biggest high level domain.