Glitches in the News

Here a just a few of the more recent news stories about glitches affecting businesses and consumers:

Toys R Us Shoppers Double Charged

NH Man Charged $23 Quadrillion Dollars for Smokes

Company Merger and Computer Glitch Delays Tuxedos

$5M ‘Mistake’ Lands Couple in Jail

Passengers Cash in on Chinese Airline’s Fare Glitch

Flaw Found in Turbo Tax Software

NASA Blames Software Glitch for Mars Global Surveyor Failure

Toyota: Software to Blame for Prius Brake Problems

Radiation Offers New Cures, and Ways to Do Harm

Harvard Set to Handle SAT Score Glitch

TD Bank Struggles to Fix Computer Glitch

FAA: Computer Glitch to Cause Flight Delays

Government Computer Glitch Kills Nine Year Old Boy

London Stock Market Floored by Computer Glitch

Tesco forced to close tills at 60 stores after computer glitch

German Bank Cards Hit by ‘2010’ Bug

Computer Glitch Kept Massey Mine Off Repeat Offender List

Computer Glitches Leave Taxpayers on Struggle Street

High Tech Virtual Fence on U.S.-Mexico Border Plagued by Glitches

Bank Glitch Makes Businessman a Billionaire – For Five Hours

60 Minutes: Cyber War: Sabotaging the System

Computer Glitch Stalls Student Loans

Facebook Glitch Puts Users on Alert

Software Glitch to Blame for Rail Delays

More Casinos Realize They Can Blame Software Glitch and Not Pay Out Big Prizes

Computer Glitch Leaves Ulster Terrorists ‘Invisible’

Stimulus Checks Mistakenly Sent to 1,700 Inmates

Glitch Causes Free Calls from Haiti to the US Become One Expensive Bill for a Customer

N.Y. Emergency Alert System Glitch Prompts Action

NYPD Computer Glitch Blamed for Police Raids on Elderly Couple’s Home

Glitch Leads to Adult Video on Kids Channels

FDA Asks Hospitals to Report Safety Glitches in Digital Health Systems

Tech Glitch Delays State Unemployment Checks

Medicaid Squandered $141 Million Because of a Computer Glitch


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