News Talk: How did much of the internet go kaput?
A jaw-dropping number of webpages such as the BBC, Reddit and The UK government became unavailable last week and many pointed to the company Fastly and their CDN delivery.
Professor Paul Haskell-Dowland, associate dean in computing and security at Edith Cowan University, caught up with reporter Emile Pavlich to unpack the story for this week’s News Talk.
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