Without Amazon, most of the internet disappears

Without Amazon, most of the internet disappears

There’s a whole invisible network of computers that makes the internet work — and weirdly, most of those computers are controlled by Amazon Web Services. Here’s why Amazon is THE internet.

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23 thoughts on “Without Amazon, most of the internet disappears

  1. Random thought: is the matter about "what if this would not exist? " or "how come all this is centralized and how can this centralization affect the market and society in a few years? "

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  3. Amazon? One little EMP device and everything goes KAPUT! Which is why we put everything on paper AND ON ARCHIVAL WORM MICROFILM PHOTOCHROMIC GLASS CERAMIC CARDS since the mid-1980s up to this present year 2020.

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