Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users around the world were left in a ‘total blackout’ for nearly an hour after the site crashed early on Monday afternoon. Those who attempted to access the desktop site were met with a message saying ‘Sorry, something went wrong,’ while mobile users were unable to refresh the News Feed. ‘Earlier today, a routine test caused users to have trouble accessing or posting to all Facebook services including WhatsApp and Instagram,’ Facebook told the New York Times. Facebook users around the world were left in a ‘total blackout’ for nearly an hour after the site crashed early on Monday afternoon. As usual, many turned to other social media platforms to share memes and express their gripes about the issues ‘We quickly investigated and restored access for everyone. We’re sorry for the inconvenience,’ a Facebook spokesperson said. As usual, many turned to other social media platforms to share memes and express their gripes about the issues. The site went down just before 1 p.m. (ET), affecting users from the United States and South America all the way to Europe. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram users hit by massive crash… Beware of fake Elon Musk!… Read full this story
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