REPORT: Facebook, Messenger, AND Instagram are down: Global outage causing social media panic
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A slew of Facebook-owned sites are experiencing a worldwide outage, leaving thousands of users unable to connect.
Facebook, Messenger, and Instagram have all been having issues since around noon (ET), in some cases resulting in a ‘total blackout.’
The article goes on to state the following:
The three apps crashed primarily in major urban areas across the United States and Europe, along with parts of South America.
WhatsApp – also owned by Facebook – has been hit by spotty service issues as well, though it does not appear to have been hit as hard as the other apps.
Facebook has confirmed the platform-wide issue, but has not yet released a fix as of about two hours after the outage first struck.
— Tiffany Dowd (@LuxeTiffany) March 13, 2019
Twitter users are mocking the outage with a touch of comedy:
— Rizmi ✨🌟 (@BTS_RewindFocus) March 13, 2019
— The New YouTuber (@TheNewYTubr) March 13, 2019
— Rolls (@JiuJitsuRolls) March 13, 2019
If you’re on Twitter because of #facebookdown — you’re not alone
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) March 13, 2019
— Justin (@CodeQueer) March 13, 2019
— Dan Green (@Real_Dan_Green) March 13, 2019
— Arnab Choudhury (@arnab_343) March 13, 2019
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