The new website had a spike in new customers and the system got swamped and crashed. The system was built to handle a steady rate of usage. When the high traffic spike occurred, the system got overloaded and shut down the search component of the site.
Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – Richmond Hill – The new website had a spike in new customers and the system got swamped and crashed. The system was built to handle a steady rate of usage. When the high traffic spike occurred, the system got overloaded and shut down the search component of the site.
The site and tool was developed by Erase Me Out, Inc. A spokesperson, Phillip Spencer, says that the system was working just fine until this spike hit. Spencer went on to say that it was a small set back and it's exciting at the same time. It may have happened with the alternative use of the site in the form of cyberbullying solution was discovered. A client tried the service to see if their son was being cyberbullied.
ERASE ME OUT is an online, guided tool for information takedown from the Internet for reputation and privacy concerns. A user-friendly and automated system, ERASE ME OUT is the first step to removing unwanted information economically.
Questions such as: “How do I remove information from the information?” and “How do I remove my personal information from the internet?” have become common place. How does one remove information from the Internet? Hours, if not days, can be spent tracking a single piece of information on the Internet. Then, the individual must write many emails and then conduct many follow-ups to have one file removed. In the split second it takes to post an item, it can jump to many different sites. This is not only a problem for individuals; companies too have had their share of challenges. In fact, if left unattended, items can become a permanent link to and haunt individuals and organizations indefinitely.
Spencer goes on to say that in this high tech world, individuals are seeing more and more of their private information being found online; he goes on to say that the programmers worked throughout the night to correct the issue.