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Earlier this morning, several of the major online search engines went down, leaving the public unable to quickly research topics or answer those pressing trivia questions. One of the sites affected is Google, which, in a cruel irony, earlier today let us all know that a share of its stock is likely to go for over $100.

Yohannes Ulres, head of the Internet Storm Center

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