Facebook users experience second technical glitch in a week

Rodiano Bonacci
Mag 9, 2017

The social media site suffered repeated momentary disruptions at around 8 AM on Tuesday. Most of the outage reports appear to be coming from Australia and New Zealand, and parts of Southeast Asia, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore.

"Sorry, something went wrong", read the error message.

The Facebook outage map by downdetector.com, which monitors reported downtime of different social media sites.

The site was back up and running within 30 minutes but it was long enough to cause a stir online. According to users, the Facebook crash had locked them out of the applications which are linked to it for automatic login like Tinder, e-commerce sites, Netflix, fitness application, Instagram, etc.

A Facebook spokesman said the error had been fixed. Later, a Facebook spokesperson told TechCrunch in an emailed statement: "Earlier today, some Facebook users were unable to access Facebook briefly due to a technical issue. We've now fixed the issue and apologise for the inconvenience caused", he said.

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