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Which body supervises country-specific internet associations and what designations it assigned to these? [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Alexei‭ on Apr 17, 2021 at 06:32

This question is not within the scope of Software Development.

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I am trying to save my question that was deleted from "Webmasters StackExchange" for not being about "a problem in a website" which I published there anonymously ; below is a shortened, directly-into-the-point rephrasing of the question.


I don't know about a worldly internet association, but I do know about country-specific internet associations.

Which body supervises country-specific internet associations and what designations it assigned to these?

A possible answer might include

A global internet association by the name X:

  • Standardizes infrastructure requirements
  • Recognizes certificate country-specific internet associations

Country-specific got the following designations by the former

  • To set, supervise and maintain infrastructure
  • To certificate ISPs in a given country
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Unfortunately, this question is offtopic here as well, since it is not related to software development. Please, read this help page for more details about what is on-topic and offtopic in this community. Alexei‭ 28 days ago

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