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Worldwide internet shutdown
- Many websites around the world including the Financial Times, New York Times, Bloomberg were down.
- In Britain too, most news websites were facing difficulties in opening.
- The retail website of Amazon.com Inc. was also not opening.
Many websites around the world including the Financial Times, New York Times, Bloomberg News websites were down. Websites like Financial Times, New York Times, Bloomberg and Guardian were not opening. In Britain too, most news websites were facing difficulties in opening. Britain’s Guardian says its website and app were shut down amid the internet shutdown. News agency ANI said that this problem arose due to a problem in the private CDN i.e. Content Delivery Network. The retail website of Amazon.com Inc. also seemed to be closed. There were several disruptions to websites across the world, affecting news websites and social media platforms. The retail website of Amazon.com Inc. was also facing internet shutdown.
On Tuesday, due to a technical problem in the network of cloud service company Fastly, the Internet came to a standstill in many places in the world for some time and people suffered a lot. ‘Fastly’ restored the network after about an hour, but there are still reports of internet problems from some places. Dozens of major websites, including the New York Times, CNN, Twitch, Reddit, The Guardian and the UK government home pages, were shut down due to a technical problem at the cloud services company.
San Francisco-based Fastly acknowledged the problem with its network, saying the glitch started shortly before 10 a.m. (3:30 p.m. IST) and the issue is being looked into. The company said about an hour later that the flaw had been identified and rectified. Users may face higher load once global services are restored.
People trying to access CNN.com received a message saying, Error Fastly. A similar message appeared on the website of the Financial Times. The message on the New York Times and the UK government website was, ‘Error 503, Service not available.’
Down Detector, an online platform that monitors Internet-related vulnerabilities, said the report suggests that Fastly may have experienced a widespread problem, affecting its service. Despite Fastly having fixed the flaw, there are still reports of internet disruptions from some places.
These websites were not opening
Financial Times, Bloomberg, New York Times, The Guardian, Reddit, Pinterest, Twitch, BBC, UK official website.
According to the outage monitoring website Downdetector.com, nearly 21,000 Reddit users had reported problems with the social media platform, while more than 2,000 users reported problems with Amazon. The Guardian Australia tweeted that “The Guardian’s website and app are currently being affected by a widespread Internet outage and will be fixed as soon as possible.
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