Monday 4 October 2021

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp come back online

Global News: Global National in Canada explains that Facebook went offline as it faced heat for ethics.

Global News shows that Facebook, Inc.'s family of popular platforms, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, all went offline for hours on Monday, causing disruptions around the world. As Mike Armstrong reports, the outage came after a whistleblower raised red flags about the company putting profits over safety.

(On October 4, 2021) Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp certainly slowly come back online.

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are coming back online Monday night after experiencing global outages throughout the time of the day.

It seems that the website service resumed for some users at around 6 p.m. EDT. The unexpected outages left many people around the world unable to communicate on the platforms for more than six hours.

According to the website DownDetector, users began reporting outage issues at around 11:20 a.m. EDT.

"Downdetector" is really an online platform that provides users with real-time information about the status (for example: offline or online) of various websites and services.

Facebook Company explained the reasons in an update late Monday night stating that configuration changes on the backbone routers that co-ordinate network traffic between the company's data centres was the cause of the outage. The changes disrupted communication between the data centres, which unfortunately halted online services.

Facebook also said, "We also have no evidence that user data was compromised as a result of this downtime."

Facebook shares fell 4.9 % Monday, down to US$326.23.

Facebook log in or facebook login was certainly impossible for some time. People were relieved when they could finally login facebook. The facebook market place would benefit from less interruptions. Facebook marketplace has interesting things to buy and sell. Facebook sign in is always good when it works. Facebook messenger is interesting for live chat.

FB stock (Facebook, Inc. Common Stock) certainly benefits from the site always being online. Keep an eye on facebook stock for future growths. Mark Zuckerberg (facebook owner) is hard at work. Take a look at various facebook apps. Facebook search is a nice feature. Facebook mobile is interesting. Facebook stock price seems to go up over the long term.

You could research how to delete facebook account or deactivate facebook. You could download facebook videos. You could also try: facebook business manager, facebook dating, facebook ads manager, fb marketplace, facebook portal, facebook light and facebook business.

Here are some companies that are owned by Facebook:

Instagram ($1 billion)
WhatsApp ($19 billion)
Oculus VR ($2 billion)
com (undisclosed sum)
LiveRail ($500 million)
Threadsy (undisclosed sum)

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