Last Updated: Mar 10, 2017
A website address or URL will indicate the affiliation of the website's creator by using a domain name. Some examples include .gov (government), .edu (education) or .com (commercial). The domain name will also indicate the country of origin of the website, e.g. .gov.au (government site in Australia) or .edu.uk (educational site in the United Kingdom).
You can limit your search results to a specific domain by including "site:" part of your search terms e.g. defence expenditure site: .gov.au
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