This module provides a Python interface to the Public Suffix List.
The Public Suffix List (PSL) is a set of rules describing "effective top-level domains" and can be used to determine the registered domain for a given host name.
This module is maintained by Richard Boulton, based on a fork of a module from MixRank.
You can download the list yourself, or use the version distributed along with the module.
init_suffix_tree function. Then call
get_root_domain to find the registered domain. This branch does not support asking
for the (E)TLD.
Find the registered domain:
>>> fastpublicsuffix.init_suffix_tree() >>> fastpublicsuffix.domain('www.python.org') u'python.org'