A widespread outage hits Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

A widespread outage hits Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Users are now having problems accessing their accounts on Meta's social media channels, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Threads.

The massive disruption occurred today, Tuesday, around six p.m., Mecca time when users claimed that the Facebook platform was abruptly shutting out accounts and rendering them inaccessible.

Simultaneously, Instagram users are unable to access new content, update the feed page, or access stories and comments.
The issue also affected the Threads platform, which displayed an error message stating, "Sorry, something went wrong." "Try again." When you launch the app on a mobile device.

It is worth mentioning that the WhatsApp application, which is also owned by Meta, is still operational, and no certifications indicating a problem have been detected thus far.

DownDetector, a website that monitors internet service outages, observed an uptick in complaints of interruptions on the three Meta platforms this evening.

According to reports, these platforms are down in numerous locations throughout the world, although the reasons for this are unclear.

Meta has not released an official comment addressing the massive outage that has hit its services thus far.

Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have been hit by a widespread outage that is affecting users worldwide. The outage is affecting the ability to post, like, and comment on content, and is also causing issues with direct messaging. The outage is ongoing, and it is unclear when it will be resolved.

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