Why is the internet always falling apart?


I'm not sure Mark Zuckerberg read the comments that people post on his Facebook pages.

However, if he actually did the latter, it would take around 145 days to heal from the flood of criticism left by him after apologizing for the delay in service this week, with no sleeping.

Facebook's CEO and founder, Mark Zuckerberg, tweeted "sorry for the disruption today" following the time that Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram were offline for more than six hours.

Facebook blamed the routine maintenance work for the interruption. Its engineers issued an order which caused a disconnect inadvertently Facebook servers from Internet.

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A total of 827,000 people have reacted to the apology of Mr. Zuckerberg.

A user from Namibian said: "It was horrible, I had to talk to my family," said an Italian user who was confused: "I took my phone to the repair shop thinking it was broken Is."

It's also apparent that this isn't an event that is unique Experts suggest that the widespread outages are getting more frequent and disruptive.

Luke Derricks, Chief Technical Officer at Down Detector, says that in the past, we've observed an increased dependence on a few companies and networks to provide the majority of Internet content.

If one of them (or more than one) is affected the issue affects not just them, but also hundreds and thousands more services" He says.

For instance, Facebook is now used for sign-ins to various applications and devices, including smart TVs.

The Mr. Deriks and his team at Down Detector monitor web services and websites for interruption. He claims that the widespread disruptions to crucial services are becoming more serious.

If Facebook is experiencing problems the issue has an enormous impact on the web as well as on the economy and the society.

The number of people waiting for help is staggering. Hundreds of millions are sat at the end of California just waiting on a tiny team to solve a problem.

This is a fascinating phenomenon that has developed over the decades.

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