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Practice to keep election fraud from public view, among with a butt load of other crimes. As the commie NWO leader Klaus said, "we need to inoculate the internet"...
 

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I read this earlier today myself, I checked my normal stuff and didn't have any issues. Guess I don't really do anything all that important anymore.
 

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word is a video hosting site vidme let their domain name lapse, and it was bought by a porn site. supposedly millions upon millions of various video links from the legacy news and others now have porn embedded in them and that is what caused the shutdown last night.

least that's what I heard from the young'uns over on the chan.
 

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My AT&T wifi went down for about an hour yesterday but other than that I had no problems.
 
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"Never ascribe to malice that which is adequately explained by incompetence."

Software update.
Missed bug in update.
Innocent user eventually triggers bug doing simple routine task.
Internet crashes.

EVerybody's always trying to keep up with the Microsofts.
Fortune 100 company here ... we roll out a lot of router updates weekly, and not uncommon to see our major systems "overlooked" and 50 folks spend 4 hours on the phone trying to figure it out. Quality of work has gone down in my generation (mid-career). We would have tested the crap out of everything. Go woke, get broke(n).
 

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word is a video hosting site vidme let their domain name lapse, and it was bought by a porn site.

least that's what I heard from the young'uns over on the chan.
According to Akamai, it was a software update bug. Just like another software update bug caused the outage due to Fastly in June.

Apparently no one is very good at testing their code anymore. Every update has become a roll of the dice, and I imagine backing up the whole internet before applying any update is a little harder than just doing the same for your PC. :LOL:
 

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It's a serious issue for me. I've always managed offshore teams (and really good at it). But now I work with them, but do not manage. So I sit back and watch things happen that should not, and it is acceptable in corporate America. A 40-hour project can take months, and it is accepted. Once we started moving things offshore, we accepted the quality decrease. Now it has come around, and onshore can get away with the same crap. Yes, I do take advantage of it sometimes too ... but I do enough to outperform offshore averages.
 
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