From NPR by Miles Park:
Local governments across the United States could perform a simple upgrade to strengthen voters’ confidence that they are what they say they are: use websites that end in .gov.
Federal officials control the keys to the “.gov” top-level domain, making it less likely that somebody could get one fraudulently and use it to fool people.
Domains that end in .com or .org, meanwhile, could be set up by attackers to try to intercept users seeking information from real sources.
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