Steve Watson infowars.com The Amber Alert government website has been restored to functionality after internet users pointed out that the website and the system was never really down, and was just made to appear that way by the Department of Justice, possibly as a publicity stunt. The website, www.amberalert.gov, the government’s child abduction notification system, was “offline” for a week, with anyone trying to access the site seeing the following notice: Many balked at the notice, suggesting that if Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move website can stay operational, why wouldn’t the Amber Alert website be maintained. A spokesperson for the DoJ claimed that although the website was down because of the government shutdown, the program itself had not been affected. “At no point has Amber Alert system been interrupted during shutdown. To prevent confusion, informational DOJ site has been restored,” spokesman Brian Fallon said. Buzzfeed also quoted a DOJ official as saying: “Amber alerts are uninterrupted. They get issued by states and counties, which do notifications to media, on twitter, highway signs, etc. The dot-gov site is informational, not the law enforcement tool.” These announcements led many to ask the question if the system was not down, why bother putting up a misleading notice indicating that it was? Upon further investigation, some even suggested that the website was never actually down, and was merely redirecting to the announcement. Some internet users claimed that if you deleted the suffix ‘unavailable’ from the url in the address bar of the browser, then the site was indeed still accessible. to read more click here: infowars.com
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