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  1. Cloudflare has gone down around the world and vast numbers of websites have gone down with it. The company provides cloud computing services to millions of people, meaning that a lot of websites are not accessible. One of these is Down Detector, which tracks outages, meaning people can’t even see if the website they want to visit is working or not. The chat service Discord has also stopped working as well as a number of other prominent pages. Matthew Price, Cloudflare CEO, tweeted: ‘Aware of major @Cloudflare issues impacting us network wide. Team is working on getting to the bottom of what’s going on. Will continue to update.’ One person tweeted: Cloudflare, possibly the largest internet/networking company in the world doesn’t have any kind of automated visibility on downtimes. does that not concern anyone? ‘Half their network is down and their status page says “all systems OK!’ they claimed. The outage appears to have started in the past hour. Unable to check Down Detector for updates, people took to Twitter in a quest for answers. ‘Sure is great that when Cloudflare goes down it takes half the Internet with it,’ one person wrote. Another roared: ‘Typical illustration of how bad the internet is centralized nowadays: Cloudflare is down, most websites & services being disrupted by this.’ The outage caused problems with the cryptocurrency website Coindesk, which tweeted: ‘ Due to a Cloudflare outage, we’re getting bad data from our providers, which is showing incorrect crypto prices. ‘Calm down everyone, Bitcoin is not $26.’ The outage appears to have been resolved now. Price added: ‘Appear to have mitigated the issue causing the outage. Traffic restored. Working now to restore all services globally. More details to come as we have them.’ Source
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