‘Don’t tell me that you have to be an internet celebrity’: How a Facebook celebrity could be the cause of a CCCAM server crash

Posted November 08, 2018 12:50:23CCCAM is a popular video sharing site, and its users have become celebrities.

The server crashes when its users upload a large number of videos, causing the site to crash.

But now, a Cccam server owner is facing a potential $300,000 fine for the server failure.

Cccam has been in the news lately, after an online user uploaded more than 700 videos to its servers without permission, resulting in a server crash.CCCam said it would take the user’s case to the Federal Court, but the court has told the company to stop posting.

In a statement, the company said it had “received a complaint that a Ccam server was not working properly and that it could not operate at all”.

“We will review the matter thoroughly to ensure it is appropriate for us to take legal action and we are confident that we will prevail in this case,” it said.

Cuccam, which is owned by internet giant Facebook, has faced several major server failures in recent months, including one last year in which one of its servers crashed for more than 24 hours.