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EU.org, free domain names since 1996


"Companies have voted with their feet [on the issue of domains], they want to have domain names that are international or at least country neutral. The same freedom should apply to individuals; all individuals should be able to have and own their own domain names".

Paul Mockapetris, creator of the DNS, in On the Internet, September/October 1996.


The goal of EU.org is to provide free subdomain registration to users or non-profit organizations who cannot afford the outrageous fees demanded by some NICs, especially in Europe.

Any kind of help is welcome. EU.org would have been unthinkable without a lot of support of many kinds.

You can see:

No support is provided, but a users mailing list is available. To subscribe, send

subscribe freedns-users
to majordomo@lists.EU.org.
This site has no relation with the European Union, despite its name.

If you are looking for Web servers with E.U.-related pages, please have a look at:


The server is a FreeBSD Unix PC running Apache, a free Web server.
FreeBSD logo Apache logo IPv6
Contact: webmaster@eu.org