Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are down for many users

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"Not good for those who do social media work, like me".

Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram are all suffering technical difficulties. Europe, the U.S. and parts of Asia appear to be the worst hit locations.

Sunday's outage is yet another publicity problem for a company already dealing with privacy issues and regulatory probes.

You can see for yourself by checking out the outage map below.

The last major outage was on 14 March 2019 where Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus platforms are down worldwide.

The Facebook website is unreachable, while users on Instagram, which is also owned by Facebook, "couldn't refresh feed" messages.

The issue seems to have spread world wide with social media users from all across Europe, America and Asia taking to Twitter to voice their frustration.

One woman wrote: "Facebook and Instagram down, ok fair enough".

This is a developing story.



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