by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:
A pair of “glitches” that occurred in the IT systems of the New York Stock Exchange and United Airlines Wednesday look an awful lot like a cyber attack, according to some experts and observers, though officially, thus far, the glitches are not being described in that manner.
As reported by Breitbart News, the United Airlines snafu Wednesday morning forced the company to ground or delay about 3,500 flights for as long as two hours. Not long after, a “technical glitch” forced the NYSE to halt all trading, with few details being provided.
CNN further reported that the Federal Aviation Administration imposed on United what is known as a “ground stop” at 8:26 a.m.; that prevented all United flights from taking off. The news network also reported that the airline’s ticket agents were forced to issue tickets by hand at a number of airports.
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