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Viewers looking to stream the Super Bowl took a blindside hit Sunday.

As the Kansas City Chiefs kicked off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday in Tampa, ViacomCBS’ streaming app, CBS All Access, experienced technical issues and outages for customers. According to website, reports of problems with CBS All Access spiked around 6:30 p.m. ET, just as the game began, then began to taper off within the next 10 minutes. DownDetector recorded 25,100 complaints at 6:27 p.m.

Roku users and desktop users were among those experiencing difficulties. As the volume of viewers increased dramatically around kick off, many viewers found themselves unable to join the stream. Users who were already watching CBS’ live stream experienced no service interruptions. The technical issue was resolved once the game was underway.

A CBS spokesperson  declined to comment.

Disgruntled viewers took to Twitter to express their displeasure with the service:

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“Sedition Hunters” are out to expose the rioters who took part in the raid at the U.S. Capitol in January.

HOUSTON — Using GPS metadata, videos and high-tech face recognition tools, a growing online movement that uses the hashtag #SeditionHunters is exposing those involved in the January attack on the U.S. Capitol.

One of those efforts is an interactive map developed by a California man who uses the Twitter handle Patr10tic and describes himself as an intelligence expert with years of experience in the private security field. The online tool plots hundreds of videos taken outside and inside the Capitol the day of the riot.

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“The most important objective, I think, is to make sure that no one forgets what happened that day and everyone is exposed to the brutal reality of how close we came to a

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John Matze, who was fired last week as CEO of Parler, said his former company, which purports to champion free speech, is trying to muzzle his.

Shortly before an interview with USA TODAY, Matze said he received a written warning that he violated the terms of his confidentiality agreement by making disparaging statements and disclosing inside information to the media that could have “serious and material adverse effects on the business or reputation of the company.”

Matze denies this.

“That’s not the vision I had for the company,” Matze told USA TODAY. “These people just want to censor me. Obviously, my statement about their vision not aligning with mine must be true considering they are trying to stop me from speaking my mind.” 

According to Matze, Parler terminated him without severance and, in the email, indicated to him that it was stripping him of his equity in the company.


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