Stock exchange, bank and airline trading platforms: comes a new one global internet crack, ten days after the failure that took several portals offline from the e-commerce platform of Amazon to the newspaper of Courier service, which sends several international sites into a tailspin, paralyzing them for a few minutes. However, a new downturn – according to what the US media reports – has already been resolved. In the crosshairs of the crack some sites of airline companies such as Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, Virgin Australia of Australia, and some Australian banks such as the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and the Hong Kong stock exchange, The Hong Kong Stock Exchange. According to what has emerged so far, the problem would have originated with the Akamai Internet Service Provider, which is headquartered in Massachusetts. “Akamai is aware of the problem and is actively working to restore services as soon as possible,” the company told Twitter. A block similar to that of ten days ago, caused by the problems recorded, however, by another digital service provider, Fastly, which knocked out dozens of websites around the world for a few hours: from the digital version of the The New York Times to the The Guardian, from the Financial Times to Le Monde, passing through the platform Twitch.