When Facebook Crashes, The Police Get Called
You know the British slogan: Keep calm, and carry on.
That attitude saw the British through World War II, and Americans through the financial crisis.
But apparently it does not apply when Facebook crashes.
Numerous police departments report receiving calls when the site goes down.
The last time it happened, Britain's Independent noticed that the Kingston police tweeted: please don't call us.
Houston, Texas, police also tweeted an advisory: "We cannot fix Facebook."
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