Black Friday spending to hit £2million-a-minute as fears websites might crash due to record cyber traffic

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BLACK Friday will see Brits spending £2million-a-minute online – but store websites’ worst-ever crashes are predicted amid unprecedented cyber traffic. Experts blame shops’ lockdown causing a huge spike in web demand – 70 per cent bigger than last year’s Black Friday. Electronics and fashion websites are set to be worst hit by web meltdowns. Even […] ▶ Full story on thesun.co.uk
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