According to Downdetector.com, users report major Facebook outages, with the concentration of lost services concentrated in the northeastern United States, as well as outages recorded in the UK and California.
Outages began to be reported late on Monday, and they included complaints that the popular messaging app on the Messenger social networking site was also experiencing difficulties.
Facebook-owned Instagram also seems to be experiencing difficulties as a significant congestion of disrupted services is reported to Downtector.com in the northeastern United States and around London.
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Users began to post on Twitter interested in journalistic issues, and some joked that an alternative platform for social networks is a tool for those who have suffered from previous cases where Facebook services were lost.
“OK, is Facebook Messenger disabled?” one user wrote on Twitter, Francis Fiel.
It seems that outages did not affect the entire Facebook network, and in many areas there seemed to be virtually no outages.
Problems arise after the repeated suspension of service of the giant social networks, including in March, which lasted more than a day. This shutdown shot Instagram and WhatsApp, as well as the main site. Then Facebook indicated that this was the result of a “server configuration change” after a 14-hour downtime.
The social networking site wrote then that they "very much regret the inconvenience and appreciate the patience of everyone."
The company has not yet issued a statement on the latest failure.
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