Google down in the night: here’s what happened

One of the rare malfunctions from Google been reported by several users on Twitterwhen in Italy it was night. The case well documented and covered both Google Search that Google Maps. According to Reuters, reports of the malfunctions have come from United States, Canada, Australia and Japanbut some reports also arrived from Italy, as can be verified through DownDetector.


Google down in Italy


“We are aware of a software update issue that occurred in the late afternoon Pacific time that briefly affected the availability of Google Search and Maps, and we apologize for the inconvenience.”Google said in a statement. “We worked to fix the problem quickly and now our services are back online”.


Google down in Italy


Google was trending on Twitter for a short time, with many users using the hashtag #GoogleDown. They have been published screenshot with error messages, while some have joked about the inconvenience by saying that they would search Google to see if the search engine was actually inactive. But imaginable a world in which Google suddenly stops working?


According to other sources, Google’s problems would be attributable to an incident that occurred in recent days in Google’s data center in Iowawhen three employees were injured. After the publication of this article, however, theGoogle press office who specified that “the outage of service totally disconnected from the Iowa accident”.


However, such a disservice to the king of search engines is extremely rare.

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