Corrections and clarifications

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• An editing error led an article to mistakenly attribute to Chris Huggett a statement that a typical Fastly customer was unlikely to receive more than $1,000 in refunds for an internet outage; he was only commenting on the actual cost to customers. The piece should also have included Akamai as one of the world’s main content delivery networks and should not have described the outage as an attack, as it did at one point (Internet outage ‘shows the danger of centralised systems on web’, 9 June, page 6 from 1).

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