EURid, the registry manager for .eu domains, has suspended more than 80,000 domains held by UK citizens and organizations as a result of the Brexit.
The suspensions will remain valid until 31 March 2021 so that users may migrate from a UK establishment to an EU one or prove their EU citizenship.
All existing UK-registered .eu domains have been suspended, and will no longer have mail or hosting functions while any remaining domains will be withdrawn starting April.
The domains that were withdrawn are set to be revoked on the 1st January 2022 and will become available for general registration.
EURid said that all UK registrants with .eu domains have been notified of the suspension and their ineligibility to obtain a .eu domain.
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