The Facebook website crashed on several people at KPRC when attempting to access their message inbox on a desktop computer.
Facebook has suffered the most severe outage in its history, with key services rendered unusable for users globally for much of today.
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Some users of Facebook and other platforms owned by the tech giant, including Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp, experienced problems accessing the services. "We're working to resolve the issue as soon as possible", its official account wrote.
A site that monitors website outages, said the Facebook problem also affected parts of the United States, including the East and West Coast; parts of Europe and elsewhere.
The issue also affected Facebook Workplace, the companies service for businesses to communicate internally. Facebook did not provide an update. WhatsApp, Facebook's other messaging app, had similar problems.
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"I'm trying to communicate with my team in NY". At the moment they could only confirm that the issue is not related to a DDoS attack.
"Internet users made their way to Twitter to complain about the hours-long service disruption with hashtags such as "#FacebookDown", "#InstagramDown" and "#Whatsapp".
In a series of tweets, Facebook confirmed the outage, and said it wasn't being targeted in a DDoS attack, as some people had speculated without evidence.
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Some Twitter users who work in "Facebook-centric" jobs, expressed their panic and distress at being unable to use the platform. Although the primary servers were online, users stated that they were not able to post anything on the social media website.