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The Internet, i.e. network of interconnected computers, is a key channel for communication and services. FI domain names are granted by the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority (FICORA).

Activities on the Internet are subject to the same laws as other activities, but Finnish authorities have no power over servers located outside Finland. The authorities engage in international cooperation to combat cross-border cybercrime.

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The “Send link” functionality lets you add pages to your bookmarks and send pages by e-mail to the recipients of your choice. You can also share content with your network in social networking services. Using these services is usually free of charge, but they require user registration.

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