This morning Google had a wittle boo-boo. YouTube had a wittle oopsie. Google Home and Nest users couldn't adjust their thermostats or lights. Frankly, if you're stupid enough to let Big Tech control your home, you deserve what you get!
But I digress.
All the Google apps went down this morning...sorta'. The outage only affected some people in select places. Am I the only one with dubiously raised eyebrows???
According to the DailyMail, "There has been no explanation provided for today's difficulties." Later Google blamed it on, "internal storage quota issue."
Uh-huh. Apparently, they forgot to include "buy more servers" on last week's grocery shopping list. That just doesn't happen.
Speaking to the MailOnline, Jake Moore, a cybersecurity specialist for ESET claimed, "Outages like this are quite rare and when they do occur, they can cause a huge amount of chaos to millions."
No shit, Sherlock. What was your first clue!?
Mr. Moore went on to say, "This recent outage seems to have been connected to Google services that require a Google log-in where authorization is required. Although this can create a massive upheaval to those affected, it is often far safer to have a site down for a few minutes or even hours than allow malicious actors to exploit any vulnerabilities that may be in their services."
Wait. Is he trying not to say Google was hacked!?!
Horrors! Say it cannot be! The MSM has spent the last four weeks assuring us that "election fraud" isn't a thing because hacking a Dominion voting machine just isn't possible. Compared to Google,Dominion's "security" is like a Big Red Welcome Mat!
And how interesting that this outage went down on the very day Georgia's early voting began and the Electoral College is casting our votes...supposedly.
I love the poetic justice of it all.
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