Tracker is an initiative to crowdsource information about global data outages critical to Internet Infrastructure. At its core, Tracker is built around Ushahidi – a crowdsource, geolocation software tool. The project aims to crowdsource, primarily from twitter and other mediums like Mobile Web, E-mail(s), Smartphone Apps, information about the data outages happening globally. The primary aim of the website is to collect data from people and make it accessible in various formats and provide it back for public use.

The data is crowd sourced and belongs to the crowd and is licensed under Public Domain Dedication and License, which means anyone is free:

1. To Share: To copy, distribute and use the database.
2. To Create: To produce works from the database.
3. To Adapt: To modify, transform and build upon the database.

Without any restriction, as the data is generated by the crowd(people) it belongs to them.

Read more about outages.org on its wiki page here.


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What's the point?

This has many potential uses in developing a better understanding of demand for network availability; Users can use the data to ask their providers sharp questions. The data is Public Domain so any one with access to the internet can use the data, depending on their particular angle.

For any questions about the project please contact us by emailing using the Contact form.


The people behind the initiative are doing this in their individual capacity & this is a volunteer driven effort and is not endorsed or affiliated in any way by their respective employers.

Please note that the data/information offered on this web site is provided on an "as is" basis, and without warranties of any kind. No warranty, either expressed or implied is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the data herein, and the creators of this website accept no liability for omissions or errors. Please also be aware that tracker.outages.org shall not be liable for any third party claims or any loss of profits or consequential damages resulting from a third party's use or inability to use the data.