One second on the Internet – What happens?

June 30 has been  one second longer than any other day this year . 

This “leap second” is added to synchronise atomic clocks with the Earth’s rotational time. 

Every second on the internet sees 100,000 YouTube views, 9,000  tweets, more than 2 million emails, and Apple earns an extra £1497.08.

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Source: Hallam


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