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Facebook stops working: website and app stop displaying photos because users also report issues with WhatsApp



Facebook is not working properly anymore, along with WhatsApp.

Instead of a complete or global outage, the Facebook issue seems specific to certain features. Users report that certain posts or photos are not displayed, but the page may load.

According to the Down Detector of the tracking website, problems are reported worldwide. Particularly affected were users in Europe, the US, South America and Japan. Thousands of users around the world had problems.


The issues occur simultaneously with a similar output on WhatsApp. It appears that there are problems sending files, which means that photos, videos, and voice messages do not display properly.

In addition, users report that Instagram is no longer working and photos on this website can not be downloaded. [19659012] left
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Facebook's On the "Platform Status" page, on the issues with the Si a message is displayed indicating that the service is "error free". However, this website may be slow to reflect on problems, especially if they are less common.

The last time all three main Facebook services failed, the failure lasted many hours. The problem was later attributed to a server problem affecting Instagram, WhatsApp, and Facebook, as the three shared a common infrastructure.

"Due to a change in server configuration, many people had problems accessing our apps and services," Facebook posted on Twitter after the previous outage was fixed, and we regret the inconvenience and thank everyone for their patience. "[19659096] When these issues occurred in March, it was perhaps the biggest outage in history "This is by far the biggest downside since the introduction of Downdetector in 2012," said Tom Sanders, co-founder of Downdetector, Techcrunch following this failure "Our systems processed about 7.5 million end-user problem reports during this incident, and we've never seen such a big outage before."


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