Found a bug on another website. Usually I am right, and the techs are wrong, even though I am not a tech. We go through a ton of troubleshooting, all while they disbelieve me, and at the end it emerges I was right all along. Why is this?

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@jackyan My favourite "the non technical user with the absurd bug is right" story remains the 500 mile email bug web.mit.edu/jemorris/humor/500

@PetraOleum I seriously love this! Mine have been a bit different but what I found with Google and Facebook have wound up in the tech press! (Basically, blatantly lying to users.)

@jackyan I don't know why I'm still shocked when I hear about that kind of thing, but I am

@PetraOleum Here was the later one. Took two years to find a journalist with any guts. It had affected millions but for some reason no one thought of getting the press involved? Or maybe they did but it got buried.

wired.com/story/facebook-manda

To be fair, Scoop in Wellington did run my press release a year before, but sadly it canʼt be found on search engines now.

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