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A major outage on Facebook platforms were reported on Wednesday.
According to outage tracking website Downdetector.com more than 14,000 users reported issues with Instagram, while more than 7,500 and 1,600 users reported issues with Facebook and WhatsApp.
Facebook Inc said it is working to resolve issues faced by some users while sending media files on its social media platforms including WhatsApp and Instagram.
The website's live outage map showed that the issues mainly cropped up in parts of Europe and the United States.
Facebook had experienced one of its longest outages in March, when some users around the globe faced trouble accessing Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp for over 24 hours.
In a sign that platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp are emerging as new public square for criminal deception, a study has found that social media fraud increased 43 per cent in 2018.
Facebook said it was “back at 100 per cent” on Wednesday evening after an outage on all of its services affected users in various parts of the world. Online monitoring service DownDetector
Facebook Inc said it restored services on Sunday after some users could not access its social networking site, photo-sharing network Instagram and messaging app WhatsApp.
After Facebook that is battling several data breaches, its photo-sharing service Instagram saw itself in trouble after personal data of millions of celebrities and influencers were allegedly exposed on its platform in a massive database that was traced to Mumbai-based social media marketing firm Chtrbox.
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