Google explains the reason for its fall, and no, it hasn't been a UFO thing

If any social network falls we can continue to live, but if Google falls... the world is over. Google's servers have fallen off today leaving YouTube, Drive, Gmail, Maps, etc. without service.

The fall has been so great and has had such an impact that all sorts of conspiracy theories have been heard, read forgiveness, from a global hack to a monkey hitting a key.

The memes and jokes have run like gunpowder on Twitter and perhaps the most sounded have been the ones that referred to Huawei. The funny thing is that they don't have Google's services so they didn't suffer the fall of the Internet giant.

It's just one example of the jokes that caused the fall.

So much so that we have contributed to the cause with a tweet where Homer Simpson announced the end of the world.

Now, the company has made a brief statement and clarified that "It has not been a cyberattack, but an internal problem with the management quota of the authentication system."

Google confirms that its services have been down between 12:47 CET and 13:32 CET. The Internet giant's statement closes apologising for the inconvenience caused and that they will closely follow up so that it does not happen again.

An annoying situation for thousands of businesses and students who have seen their communications interrupted through Google Meets, who did not receive emails, who could not upload videos to YouTube and who could not search on Google.

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